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 Dec 03, 2007 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* Please Let Comcast Die

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Tech Blorge puts out the dream of many people stuck in a monopolized area - that Comcast will go the way of the dodo bird.

In all of this, Comcast is still charging prices indicative of a quality product with quality service. Quality service is not exemplified by having a technician coming to your house to analyze why your internet is going at sub-dialup speeds, and that technician telling you the reason the internet is slow is because there are too many people using your street?s cable line; Comcast should be increasing the bandwidth to the street sometime, but no one knows when.
I'd so love to switch to FiOS, really...

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