I’ve been spitting fire in media interviews about Comcast getting married with Time Warner.
We already have inferior Internet versus other countries and we pay more for a degraded surfing experience. This stuff impacts our competitiveness in the world as a country.
What we need is more competition.
Speaking of lack of competition, did you know Verizon Home is allegedly degrading the viewing experience of Netflix customers? My guess is they don’t want Netflix competing with their own TV offerings.
Competition is what will bust up this terrible decision that Congress made years ago to establish a shared Internet monopoly among the monopoly phone and cable companies.
And now Comcast’s latest move to marry Time Warner will further hurt competition in America and hurt our position within the world. These 2 companies have terrible customer service reputations, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index. [read]