Comcast To Acquire Time Warner Cable For $45 Billion

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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