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Comcast, Charter reportedly hit deal on joint wireless efforts

Comcast, Charter reportedly hit deal on joint wireless efforts

Comcast Corporation and Charter Communications have reportedly hit an operational deal to work in partnership on certain wireless communications plans.

On the condition of anonymity, a source revealed that under the newly signed deal Comcast and Charter will only sell wireless services to their respective customers.

In addition, the two companies hit an agreement to only work together to approach any of the key wireless firms about mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) deals. They also agreed not to enter into any material transaction without each other’s consent.

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President Trump allows ISPs to share & sell customers’ private data

President Trump allows ISPs to share & sell customers’ private data

In his yet another controversial decision, U.S. President Donald Trump has repealed the rules that banned Internet service providers (ISPs) from selling their customers’ private information.

Thus, ISPs like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T are no longer be obligated to seek their customers’ consent before sharing or selling their private data. In other words, ISPs do not have to notify their customers about what sort of data they collect and share with others.

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Washington State AG announces $100M consumer protection lawsuit against Comcast

Washington State AG announces $100M consumer protection lawsuit against Comcast

On Monday, a $100 million consumer protection lawsuit was announced by Washington State Attorney General (AG) Bob Ferguson against bigwig US cable company Comcast over its allegedly misleading service protection plan.

In the lawsuit, in King County Superior Court, Ferguson said that Comcast had misled customers into paying tens of millions of dollars in subscription fees for a service protection plan which was "near-worthless."

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Comcast apologizes to Ryan Block for representative’s ‘unacceptable’ behavior

Comcast apologizes to Ryan Block for representative’s ‘unacceptable’ behavior

On Tuesday, cable and Internet giant Comcast issued an apology to a California customer who wanted to have his Comcast service cancelled, but Comcast's customer service representative failed to honor his request in a timely manner.

The apology by Comcast has come after the tech-savvy customer - Ryan Block - posted eight minutes of his telephonic conversation, with an unidentified Comcast customer service representative, on Twitter. The 8-minute post was the last part of Block's 18-minute-phone conversation with the Comcast representative over this past weekend.

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Dish expresses concerns over proposed Comcast-TWC merger

Dish expresses concerns over proposed Comcast-TWC merger

In a filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)Wednesday, satellite-TV provider Dish Network has expressed concerns over Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable (TWC) for $45 billion.

In an evident attempt aimed at getting the Comcast-TWC merger blocked, Dish said in its FCC filing that the proposed merger will "present serious competitive concerns for the broadband and video marketplaces and therefore should be denied."

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