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Will Comcast have more competitive pricing?

Will Comcast be more competitive with there pricing in the future? At&t Charges $80 for 1 Gigabit while when I inquired for Gigabit speeds they wanted to charge me $139.95. Is there a competitive reason for a 75% price increase from the competitor? 

 

Wasn't the point of removing net neutrality to make things more competitive?

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Re: Will Comcast have more competitive pricing?

Comcast does not typically compete on price. Their business plan is to offer more/better services that customers want at a premium price. In some markets, they are more competitive, but apparently not in your market.


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Re: Will Comcast have more competitive pricing?

Wonderful guess I will have to pay the premium since Comcast has a monopoly in my area and I cant which to ATT even if I wanted to. xD Capitalism at its finest. LMFAO Pay more for the same service since I have no other option. Sounds like a great business practice.

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Re: Will Comcast have more competitive pricing?

The only option I have for broadband is Comcast. My service is actually very good, but I'd like to pay less.  Smiley Sad


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