5 Ways the Comcast and TWC Merger Will Hurt Consumers

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5 Ways the Comcast and TWC Merger Will Hurt Consumers

…But Caps Exclude Comcast’s Content

Care for a side of anti-competitive with your deteriorating quality of service?

While the cap on internet bandwidth could be a nuisance at first thought, it may end up being more than just a tad annoying when all is said and done. The cap can crimp access to internet-based video services that consumers are also paying for, like Netflix (NFLX) and Prime, from Amazon (AMZN).

To add insult to injury, however, Comcast doesn’t count the bandwidth used by its own streaming video service toward its bandwidth limit when viewed via an Xbox.


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