WSJ, Please Check My Internet Bill
We've studied nearly 200 internet bills and found that U.S. broadband prices vary widely. Neighbors can pay different prices for the same service. We want to learn more about internet pricing and need your help to answer questions like: Do cord cutters pay more for internet? Do people in rural areas pay more than those in cities? Do providers give more discounts when they have competition in a particular region?
Please fill out the form below and send a copy of your latest monthly bill to
We will not publish your personal information without your permission. A WSJ reporter or editor may reach out for more information or to verify your identity.
Home Internet Provider
Altice (Optimum or Suddenlink)
Do you have a bundle?
Yes, Internet, TV and Phone
Yes, Internet and TV
Yes, Internet and Phone
No, just Internet
Which internet speed tier are you on? (download speed, in mbps)
Sometimes this appears on your bill; other times, you may have to open a chat window and ask a live customer service rep when you log into your customer portal to find out which speed tier you're paying for.
What is your monthly internet service cost?
The base price listed on your bill just for internet service, before any extra fees, discounts or taxes. If you have a bundle that doesn't break out the price for the internet service, please write 0
What is your total monthly cost?
This is what you paid for the month. The total amount due on your bill, including any other services such as TV or phone as well as taxes or discounts.
Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about your home internet bill or service?
Send me a copy of my responses.
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