While this is true, grandfathered plans are subject to price increases yes, but they may also be subject to different level of price increases than in-market plans are, also you may definitely get more "value" for your grandfathered plan for the same price as an in-market plan, this is a mistake my parents made at one point they were told to switch to the new "premier" or "premium" cable package, for more value, they switched, and even tho the price was the same, they were missing some channels they had in their old package so to get those channels back they had to pay "extra" and asking for the old package back the reps gave excuses that the packages were no longer able to switch back cus it was grandfathered. they always try to pull fast ones on you to get you off older packages so they can get more money from youNot always necessarily 17671.
Grandfathered plans do not always stay the same way, same pricing.
Rogers for example, got rid of the old bundle discounts quite a while ago on their old stuff.
Generally the TV plan, etc may be cheaper possibly compared to some of the new ones..
But even so, they are subject to the yearly increases.
So the price, will go up