Of course like any other person I am interested in getting the best deal that I can find and I am not honestly thinking that I am getting the best deal in the world from the cable company that I have providing me with broadband internet right now. I have been thinking about switching to Frontier, they have these sorts of deals advertised here http://highspeedinternetplans.net/ and I have been trying to make sure that there is not some catch to it. Of course I have to think about whether or not I am signing up for some sort of long term deal. It is not like I want to get some awesome deal for three months and then find out that I signed up for five years of something else. That is how it works if you are not careful. They have the big letters for the deal that they want you to see about it and it is going to look like a great deal. In fact it will be a good deal, but it just will not be a deal that last for very long.
So you end up signing up for something that is different from what you think it is a lot of the time. You obviously look at the part that they want you to see, but you usually do not read the fine print where it says you are agreeing to pay for two years or something like that at a much higher price than the one they advertise. That introductory offer is always going to look really good and like I said, there is not going to be any thing wrong with it, aside from the fact that it is a temporary thing. They send you that bill for awhile, but then it grows bigger.