One provider has announced price hikes which will hit before the holidays.

Backing up rumors, Spectrum has confirmed it will be increasing costs to consumers starting next month. According to WHAS11.com, the company says the price increases are happening in all markets that Spectrum operates. The company is in 41 states, including New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine.

According to a Spectrum spokesperson, Internet will go up from $54.99 to $59.99/month for current customers who subscribe to Spectrum TV. Spectrum Internet will go from $64.99 to $65.99/month for current customers who do not subscribe to Spectrum TV.

In addition, Spectrum's receiver fee will grow to $6.99 from $7.50. Keeping it basic? You won't be immune from the rate hikes. Broadcast TV surcharge will increase from $8.85 to $9.95 per month.

According to WHAS11, not all will be affected. Any customer whose Spectrum Internet service is part of a promotion will not see a price spike until after their promotional period ends. Plus, there' will be no change to package prices of Spectrum TV or Spectrum Voice.