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Charter is killing a "loophole" that allowed customers to grab a better deal from Earthlink. For more than a decade users were able to play the two companies off of one another, thanks to conditions originally attached to the 2000 merger between AOL and Time Warner (which at that point still owned Time Warner Cable). Users at the tail end of a Time Warner Cable promotion could seamlessly switch to Earthlink broadband at a six month promotional rate for $30 per month. After that promo period, they could simply switch back to Time Warner Cable for a new promotional rate using the same connection.

The move isn't a particular surprise, given that Charter has been moving away from promotions after recently acquiring Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. In fact, many users now say they're paying more than ever for broadband courtesy of the megamerger's "synergies." With the Earthlink loophole closed, another avenue for users to get a better deal has also been closed.

“My broadband bill is now double what it used to be because I cannot switch to a broadband promotion with Charter as my Earthlink promotion ends this month,” one South Carolina user tells the website. "I was paying $30 a month and now Spectrum wants to charge me $65 a month."