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

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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