Charlotte, SC (PRWEB) December 16, 2006
Giving users a reason to switch with roughly 80 percent of the U.S. population already subscribing to some form of paid TV service such as cable or satellite, pricing is the key issue.
Low pricing is the answer. GSC offers low pricing http://www.gsccable.com such as basic cable TV for $29.99 and Digital TV for $39.99, GSC has gone the extra mile to offer fast cable Internet services for $39.99. Roger Hughs, VP of Programming, explains "Most companies advertise pricing starting at a low number, but customers experience inflated bills" GSC pricing is 'Bottom Line'.
GSC pushes into the TV market highlights the competitive pressures local phone companies are facing from their cable rivals. Cable companies such as Comcast, Qwest and Cox Communications have taken a significant lead in offering broadband Internet access to their TV customers. Many cable companies have packaged voice calling into their plans, creating a "triple play" of services that have increased their customers overall bill.
Washington Post reported that when a consumer signed on with one the major cable companies for service, the low price was advertised in big red letters, but there wasn't any mention of the FUSF fee. Several months later 2.7 million subscribers received an e-mail stating that in their next bill it was adding an additional $2.95 monthly fee.
Another major complaint from subscribers is service. Many consumers are disgruntled with service and programming. One consumer expressed "If there is a company out there that cares about customer service I would have to see it to believe it." GSC Cable Is That Company.
GSC is in the process of running fiber-optic lines directly into millions of homes to offer faster Internet access, hundreds of TV channels and soon Local and Long Distance Services. http://www.gsccable.com
"The biggest challenge for the new Cable TV companies is offering a TV service is figuring out how to compete in a market that is already very well-served by cable and satellite," said Dr. Edward Johnson, CEO of GSC Communications. "They have to give users a reason to switch to them". . We want to go to market with a service that is familiar to customers," said Gary White, a spokesperson for GSC. "It's important for us not to get too far ahead of our customers. But we will still have a lot of aspects of our service that will be different from the cable companies." Consumers want reliability and fast customer service.
GSC Cable offers 24/7 customer service and fast dependable TV programming that is affordable to cost minded individuals that desire value and savings.
GSC Cable allows it's user to send payments via Western Union, Money gram and its own Major Visa Debit card.