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Comcast Pays $800,000 To U.S. For Hiding Stand-Alone Broadband 201

Posted by samzenpus
from the easy-search-or-else dept.
First time accepted submitter vu1986 writes "The Federal Communications Commission has settled with Comcast over charges that the cable company made it hard for consumers to find stand-alone broadband packages that don't cost an arm and leg. As part of the settlement Comcast paid the U.S. Treasury $800,000 and the FCC extended the length of time Comcast had to provide such a service."
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Comcast Pays $800,000 To U.S. For Hiding Stand-Alone Broadband

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