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Jonathan Takiff writes about technology for the Inquirer.
What's worse than shopping for a car at a dealer? Signing up for high-speed Internet service. The ritual comes around far too often - every year or two when the old contract expires. Maybe you've been enjoying a great introductory rate. Then a nonsubsidized monthly bill arrives that's 50 percent higher. Do you bite the bullet and pay the difference, or go through the stress and inconvenience of switching?
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