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Re: [Rant] ..house might explode, but Comcast wants its cable bo

She just have to pay his montly bill and wait until she can access the house. If your house isn't all paid and the house explosed, you will still have to pay the mortage, right?

Life isn't always fun... She have already lost a house, if I were her, the cable box would be the least of my worries...


Houston, TX
The following is an excerpt from a Fierce Cable article:

Cablevision won't bill Hurricane Sandy victims

November 2, 2012 | By Steve Donohue

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Officials at Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) also said Friday that they will not charge subscribers fees for lost or damaged equipment.

"Our hearts go out to our customers impacted by the storm, and we want to do everything we can to make things even a little easier as they go through this difficult time. We will handle each customer on an individual basis so we can be sensitive to their specific needs and circumstances," Comcast spokeswoman Jenni Moyer told FierceCable. Subscribers with lost or damaged equipment should call 1-800-COMCAST to report it, or can visit one of the MSO's local service centers, she added.

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»www.fiercecable.com/story/cablev ··· internal
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