See, this is why Comcast can't afford to invest in the fiber optic network necessary to bring affordable gigabit speeds to Seattle broadband subscribers:
Comcast will announce a deal to acquire Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal worth more than $44 billion that will unite the biggest and second largest cable television operators in the country, according to people briefed on the matter.
David Cohen, Comcast's head of lobbying, corporate communications, ... was a guest at the WH state dinner last night.
Screw 'em both.
I finally cut the cord, as did a neighbor.
Got low cost internet and low cost cell phone.
Now I watch what TV I want on my computer.
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