Braodband, but no longer 'free'

Brown, Roger
January 2004
CED;Jan2004, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p3
Trade Publication
Presents an author's ideas related to cable modem service availability in the U.S. Satisfaction of high-speed data customers; Fulfillment by Comcast Cable Communications Inc. of its promise; Customer-focused installer sent by the company.


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