The Bryan Board of Public Affairs has approved an increase to Bryan Municipal Utilities cable television rates. BMU’s basic cable package will increase by $4 per month and its extended basic package will also increase by $4 per month, while the digital basic package will increase by a dollar.
To help some customers, BMU is offering a $4 monthly discount for those who buy a bundled package of extended basic cable and high-speed or enhanced speed internet.
The rate changes will go into effect on or after July 20th.
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