To the editor:
Columbus needs cable competition! A previous letter to the editor complained about the price increases since Spectrum took over from Time Warner, which I totally I agree with. The latest issue seems to be Spectrum requiring everyone to have a box or Roku for every TV in your house starting in August if you want to receive a signal to watch TV (unless you have a Samsung Smart TV). How can this city be held hostage to this type of business? They will tell you one box is free for 12 months then it jumps to $11.95 a month. If you need a box for every TV, the cost adds up pretty quickly.
Was this upcoming change brought to the attention of the city council members? Was it published in the newspaper or was it published in some fine print in the bill they send you that nobody reads? The city of Columbus deserves better representation from the cable industry.