Re: Add Patriot Media in Nj as well
said by BabyBear:Hey now, I laughed hysterically at the Comcast ad with the Spiderman nut and the Pomeranian. That was a brilliant ad, though I can't necessarily say the same for their others...
Someone has to pay for all the dumb Comcast ads on TV ever few minutes.
We get double dipped here in Chicago, we also keep to see AT&T stupid and disrespectful "Harry Carry advanced TV" commercials.
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Re: Add Patriot Media in Nj as well
said by YogiYahooeys:Yeah agreed, the Spiderman roommate one was good. Mostly based the the looks and gestures of the Dog in the spiderman costume and his 'flinty' spiderman fan companion. Otherwise since then we've just had the same tired Comcast Monk and the 'dennis millerish' I'm enlightened cause I over pay with Comcast commcericals.
Hey now, I laughed hysterically at the Comcast ad with the Spiderman nut and the Pomeranian. That was a brilliant ad, though I can't necessarily say the same for their others...
Yarmouth Port, MA
Comcast gives itself a 6% tip?! That's not Comcastic! The transition has not gone well for former many Insight customers. Search news.google.com for the terms Comcast Insight and there is a fair amount of press regarding the many problems consumers had using their telephone, Cable TV, and Internet products over the past 3 weeks. Not only that, Comcast was not keeping up with support calls, leaving many customers -- those whose phones were not also out -- to hang up without any service. Many wound up without service for several days.
Further compounding the problem, bills were sent out giving the telephone number of the Logan County Clerk as a complaint line. Since Federal deregulation, Logan County has had no role in overseeing or regulating those services.
said by »www.rrstar.com/homepage/x1907845620 :The transition affected 400,000 central-Illinois residents.
The overwhelming majority, over 90 percent, experienced that transition with no ill effects, spokesman Rich Ruggiero said Wednesday. We did see a small number of customers experience issues with getting online after the transition.
Robb Topolski -= funchords.com =- Hillsboro, Oregon
"We don't throttle any traffic," -Charlie Douglas, Comcast spokesman, on this report.
OK so......? I don't mind if you wanna blast Comcast or whomever, but are you telling me that Insight is now offering the same level of TV service [same amount of channels, Digital and all] for 6% less? Are you saying that their internet offers speeds of 20Mpbs but are at a lower price?
To me that doesn't sound right, that last bit of story really has nothing to to with prices, but it appears that way because the reporter decided to throw it into the story, so it reads..."Insight is cheaper, and yet it offers 20Mpbs to internet customers" But I don't buy it.....really, what is the actual price for this 20Mpbs?
Please print everything and make the whole story known and/or at least cite your sources. How is it fiscally possible to offer Digital TV service at the same price, much less HSI service presumably this 20Mbps [or even the 10Mpbs] at a more cost effective rate? Please compare the rates, then write the story. Show me the price lists of both companies side by side [at least as a link within this story] before making such a claim or to even make such inferences. Till then I don't buy it. This story is rubbish.
Until then this story seems unfounded and more like a bitter spin and undoubtedly more bandwagonist/lynch mob behaviour against Comcast. Sorry.