It’s time for two major cable companies to put the gloves on. In one corner, Time Warner Cable, which has drawn the ire of lawmakers and consumers alike for its love of “consumption based billing,” an idea so wildly unpopular that they had to put it on hold before people got the pitchforks and torches out.
On the other, occasionally bankrupt Charter Communications, and their interesting ideas about who is going to control web video after May 1st.
Which one has you chewing through the cable cord like you’re a trapped wolf?
This is a post in our Worst Company In America 2010 series. The companies competing for this honor were chosen by you, the readers. Keep track of all the goings on at consumerist.com/tag/worst-company-in-america. Print the bracket, here.