Comcast has scrapped plans to merge with Time Warner Cable in a $45.2 billion deal that would have combined the country's two largest cable and broadband providers, the companies said Friday.
Comcast originally said that its "Gigabit Pro" service would be available during May in the Atlanta metro area, Nashville, Greater Chicago, and four cities in Florida (Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Jacksonville). Rollouts in June were to
Before Vox Media struck a deal to buy Recode, the two digital publishers already had something in common: Comcast, which has invested in both companies and could end up owning them outright. Comcast has been
And Comcast, the No. 1 cable provider in the United States, has fallen to a record low. Comcast got a score of 54 out of 100, down from 60 last year, for cable TV service, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
One way to answer critics and competitors alike is to simply do better, and for once Comcast is doing exactly that. The US cable giant is today announcing a new 2Gbps broadband service, which it will start rolling out in Atlanta