Comcast files for deregulation

Comcast files for deregulation

There are 9 comments on the KHOU-TV Houston story from Aug 19, 2007, titled Comcast files for deregulation. In it, KHOU-TV Houston reports that:

“The vast majority of these (petitions) that have been granted around the country have been granted merely because no one has filed an opposition”

Cable provider Comcast has filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission to deregulate basic cable rates in nine South Texas cities, including Texas City and La Marque. via KHOU-TV Houston

Join the discussion below, or Read more at KHOU-TV Houston.

deer park advocate


#1 Aug 20, 2007
comcast to deregulate . prices will go up and service will go down even more than it is .
DontCallMeByMySl aveName

Texarkana, TX

#2 Aug 20, 2007
What we need is more regulation and the nationalization of all buisness. Only by ending capitalism will we end corporate corruption and bring economic equality for all.

“Pet me or I'll bite you”

Since: Jul 07

Richardson, Texas

#3 Aug 20, 2007
DontCallMeByMySlaveName wrote:
What we need is more regulation and the nationalization of all buisness. Only by ending capitalism will we end corporate corruption and bring economic equality for all.
Keep supporting your Clinton/Hussein Obama ticket. They have your socialism ready to go.
DontCallMeByMySl aveName

Texarkana, TX

#4 Aug 21, 2007
They're not socialists. There quasi libs still clinging to captitalism like most democrats.

Pasadena, TX

#5 Oct 8, 2007
Comcast should stop using the term comcastic, the only increase I have seen from them is their price. On the first week they took over Time Warner the phone and internet was down most of the time. Even no there are still some channels that

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#6 Oct 21, 2007
my dream of building a particaptory society is based on grassroots organizing through volunteering. I have planned out how this new spiritual society could replace consumerism and capitalism. We wouldn't need money, private property, or representative politics. We could create a direct democracy using the internet and give communities the control over the land. Imagine a internet based democracy where everyone can deliver the next presidential speech. This new utopia would grow their own food in gardens. Remember God gave us a Garden in the begining. If we want to save the world we must perserve it. Capitalism seeks to exploit and profit of it and us. We are in desperate need now of a drastic driven harmonious intervention. Are you willing to save the world or stop mass extinction from occuring as it has unchecked. Remember that you must start low to climb a mountain. We must begin all over again in the garden.

Keller, TX

#7 Oct 21, 2007
Dude, you seen my bong lighter anywhere?

Down with the man!

Capitalism is bad, it makes people work and cut their hair and bathe.

Houston, TX

#8 Nov 6, 2010
I hope the shut this whole company up! They told me the were going to charge me one price and then charge me $400 for channels they added without my consent. My bills is up to $1000. I will NOT pay them because their service is NO good at all anyway!!

La Porte, TX

#9 Nov 6, 2010
I have Comcast... I miss Time Warner. We were told the service would be just as good when Comcast took over to TW. It was not true!

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