Comcast isn't worried

Aron Schatz
May 9, 2003
Tags Broadband

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Comcast reminds me of the company that just sits back and watching people suffer. We are stuck paying nearly $100 for TV and internet in NJ from Comcast. I am seriously comtemplating switching to Verizon, only $35 a month.


Although cable broadband is more expensive than DSL, it remains the dominant technology choice for broadband access in the United States. This lead is credited to cable's fast download speeds and its availability in nearly every major U.S. market. About 10 million U.S. homes get broadband access from cable providers such as Comcast, while about six million use Verizon and other telephone companies' DSL services.


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