TENNESSEE – One builder settles lawsuit in Thompson Station cable “monopoly” case

FOX 17 News:  One builder settles lawsuit in Thompson Station cable “monopoly” case
By Sabrina Hall
May 6, 2016
THOMPSON STATION, Tenn. — A victory for homeowners in a Thompson station subdivision as a builder has decided to settle a lawsuit and allow them to choose which cable company they want to use. For years, homeowners have been forced to use just one provider, Crystal Clear Technologies.

The lawsuit calls it a monopoly.

The settlement provides relief for a couple hundred homeowners who live in the Canterbury subdivision but homeowners in two more subdivisions are waiting for the day they can choose their own cable provider.

“We need to have a choice,” said Brian Stover, a homeowner in the Tollgate Subdivision.

“At the end of the day, all we really wanted in the neighborhood was options,” said Courtney Cates, a Canterbury subdivision homeowner.

It look a lawsuit for Cates to get a date that she can walk away from her cable provider : January 1, 2017. Read more:

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