It's understandable that Comcast wants to keep its subscribers from cutting the cord. But as this week indicated, it's got a funny approach toward retaining customers.
You didn't think you'd be able to cancel your Comcast subscription that easily, did you?
As Xfinity WiFi spreads west, so do concerns about the use of customers’ modems as both private and public Wi-Fi connections. Luckily, you have choices for opting out of the program.
Even if you've spurned cable TV, you're still likely to feel the impact from mega-bucks deals like the ones involving AT&T and DirecTV or Comcast snapping up Time Warner Cable. After all, cable providers have a built-in incentive for making cord cutting an unattractive option to their subscribers.
Don't call it a YouTube killer. Instead, Comcast is looking for a way around the bandwidth limitations of cable TV.
Cable customers are mad as hell, and won't take it any more...provided they can find an alternative.
A combined company would probably be even worse, according to the American Consumer Satisfaction Index.
Bandwidth caps are coming back for Comcast home Internet customers, according to one company executive.
Comcast and Electronic Arts are working to deliver both casual and top-tier games via your cable box, according to a report. The service appears to be called "Xfinity Games Powered by Origin".
Netflix continues to pay money to improve streaming speeds for its services among major U.S. ISPs.