Comcast To Acquire Time Warner Cable For $45 Billion

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Comcast To Acquire Time Warner Cable For $45 Billion

The nation’s biggest cable television operator Comcast announced this morning that they have agreed to buy number-two provider Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion in stock, bringing their total customer base to more than 30 million. What do you think?

  • “Shut up, no they didn’t. Don’t just lie to my face like that.”

    Jason Ross
    Systems Analyst
  • “You mean I can get all of the blazing-fast speeds of Comcast coupled with the dependability of Time Warner Cable?”

    Rebecca LaFlure
    Wedding Planner
  • “Does the FCC really want one cable provider to have such a major influence in the last few remaining years of people needing a cable provider?”

    Ben Harries
    Hypnotherapist
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