Thursday, picketers gathered in front of the Adelphia office to protest the change and the high cable prices.
Adelphia says the start and end dates on the bill changed so customers are paying for two months.
Enterprise Mayor Kenneth Boswell says many customers cannot afford to pay almost twice what they pay per month even if it's only for one time.
Adelphia is the only cable company in Enterprise so the customers have no choice but to pay the prices if they want cable.
Mayor Boswell says he will continue to fight for Enterprise residents and do everything possible to protest their treatment by Adelphia.
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