How Comcast and TWC Should Respond to ‘No’ on Net Neutrality

By Chris Gardner – 12/15/18 09:07:06While the Federal Communications Commission’s vote on Net neutrality on Wednesday seems to have done little to improve the lives of most Americans, the Internet is still suffering from some of the worst customer service in the history of the Internet.

This has left a huge number of Americans feeling helpless, and without the protection that the Net gives them.

Comcast has been trying to convince Americans to accept the current state of affairs.

In a recent video, Comcast’s CEO Brian Roberts talks about the company’s commitment to Net neutrality, which he argues will help the company gain market share, attract new customers and increase profits.

“We’ve had a very strong commitment for years and years to do this, and we have a plan to do it in a way that is sustainable,” Roberts said.

But Comcast isn’t alone in this effort to protect the customer experience. “

That is why, as you know, we’ve invested billions of dollars to upgrade our infrastructure, so that we can deliver the service that we believe is best for the American consumer.”

But Comcast isn’t alone in this effort to protect the customer experience.

AT&T and Verizon have also tried to argue that they’re doing everything in their power to ensure that the current rules don’t get in the way of their own businesses.

In fact, AT&A has been lobbying against the FCC’s decision to make the rules permanent.

But while these companies have all tried to convince people that the rules aren’t going to hurt them, it’s clear that many people have not been convinced at all.

According to a recent report by Consumer Reports, over 1 in 5 Americans have either received an unfair or poor service from AT&Ts and Comcasts over the last few years.

While Comcast and AT&S have tried to use their customers’ fears about losing business to justify their actions, many have been confused about the actual reasons for the companies’ actions.

“I have a problem with my cable provider.

I don’t have to pay for it,” one woman told Consumer Reports.

“They’re telling me that I can’t have my own internet service.”

Another man said that “the FCC is allowing ISPs to kill the net neutrality rules.”

This isn’t the first time Comcast has tried to play the blame game.

In October, Comcast announced plans to launch a $1 billion investment to upgrade its customer service.

But the company later announced that it would cut back on the money and instead invest in other areas of its business.

While it’s true that Comcast and other companies have tried their best to paint the FCC as being against Net neutrality in order to get votes, this doesn’t make sense.

The real reason for the FCC to make its Net neutrality rules permanent was to protect consumers and to protect competition.