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Bend Broadband will soon offer faster Internet speeds, more video services and higher bandwidth limits, but it comes at a cost.  The cable company says rates will go up as of February 1st.   Among the changes,  "TV everywhere,” allowing customers to watch HBO and/or Turner Broadcasting Services shows on their Smartphones and other mobile devices.  The company will also raise the bandwidth limit on most Internet packages to 125 gigabytes a month. The amount of the increase depends on the services used.  For example, the Essentials package and most high speed Internet services will go up by $1.50 per service. Additional and premium services will see larger increases.

 

 

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