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October 7, 2004

Valdosta - Good news for cable subscribers in one South Georgia town, your rates are going down.

Mediacom is implementing new rate reductions for subscribers in Valdosta. The agreement was reached between the city and Mediacom after the city considered building its own telecommunications system.

The discount is available to Family Cable and Limited Basic subscribers in good standing and senior citizens over 65 years old. It's a 14 percent reduction that will bring the present bill of $42.95 to $36.95.

To get the discount, all you have to do is call 229-247-2864 and give your name, address and account number.

posted at 4:00 P.M. by ashley.harper@walb.com

 

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