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my account can't be accessed on mobile devices?

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my account can't be accessed on mobile devices?

So yeah, I went to android forums to see if its my device but they up and told me that its Comcast that you people create problems on purpose to use a half assed app that doesn't work rather than third party apps.


Okay so here is the problem


You have an app that doesn't load emails. or crashes 9-12 times in a row


so either you have a severe performance issue in development; and you are actively punishing customers, or. I don't really have anything else to put on the table. That is it, You have a severe performance issue in development.

So here is the deal, I am paying you people more money than what some would make in a month for cable, Internet, and Landline phone, I would appreciate you'd extend the curtosey of allowing me, to be able to check my emails on my tablet device's default email app, without technical difficulties. No problem with the password, no problem with my email, This is a problem. with you.

I was placed on hold for a total of 7 hours today for this issue,. So Why I might add you are legally allowed to treat customers this way, I have no idea. If my supervisor found out I treated customers this way, Not only would I have been fired, but I would have had a class action lawsuit for ruining the company's good name.

Some day you will screw up, and will cross someone's line. That someone will have had it, and they will have a team of ruthless lawyers to sue you so hard, that your CEO will have to gut you, for your actions...

So please, Do me a favor. Get off your high horse, and just let me check my emails on my mobile device, with out having to use that vomit enducing app, that obviously had some intern produce while on a half pound of cocaine

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