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  • Comcast confirms plans to launch mobile phone service in 2017 - The Verge

    Comcast confirms plans to launch mobile phone service in 2017 - The Verge;

    Comcast just solidified long-rumored plans to launch its own MVNO cellular service. Speaking at an investor conference moments ago, CEO Brian Roberts revealed that the Comcast "network" will launch by mid-2017 and put a large focus on Wi-Fi hotspots ...and more »

  • Comcast plans to launch wireless service next year - Phys.Org

    Comcast plans to launch wireless service next year - Phys.Org;

    In this Nov. 12, 2014, file photo, Comcast Corporation chairman & CEO Brian Roberts speaks at a Comcast presentation at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. On Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, Comcast CEO Roberts confirmed that the …more.and more »

  • Comcast will launch a cellphone service next year, executives say - Washington Post

    Right now, most of us buy cellphone service from companies such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. But next year, consumers may start to see another option — from Comcast. The nation's biggest cable company said Tuesday that it plans to launch a ...and more »

  • Comcast confirms plans for a Project Fi-like wireless service - PCWorld

    Comcast confirms plans for a Project Fi-like wireless service - PCWorld;

    Comcast's version of Google Fi is coming in 2017 with Verizon network service as its fallback. Email a friend. To. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses. From. Privacy Policy. Thank you. Your message has been sent. Sorry. There was an error ...and more »

  • Comcast Ends Feud With Netflix and Says It's Open to Other Deals - Fortune

    Comcast Ends Feud With Netflix and Says It's Open to Other Deals - Fortune;

    It might not be the Hatfields and the McCoys, but Comcast and Netflix have had a contentious relationship for some time. Which is why something that appears fairly innocuous, like the addition of Netflix to Comcast's X1 service, takes on an extra level ...and more »

  • Comcast's Netflix-on-X1 beta test starts rolling out today - Engadget

    Comcast's Netflix-on-X1 beta test starts rolling out today - Engadget;

    It seems odd to hear, but it's real: this week Netflix will start to become available on Comcast cable boxes across the country. Announced a couple of months ago, the partnership is rolling out slowly as a beta test, so interested Comcast customers ...and more »

  • Comcast Cellular Service: Cable Giant Partnering With Verizon To Offer Calling Plan In 2017 - International Business Times

    Comcast Cellular Service: Cable Giant Partnering With Verizon To Offer Calling Plan In 2017 - International Business Times;

    The ongoing rumor that Comcast Corp., the nation's largest cable company, will be launching its own cellular service has reportedly been confirmed. CEO Brian Roberts revealed at an investor conference on Tuesday morning that the cable company's ...and more »

  • Oh Great, Comcast Is Going to Launch A Wireless Service - Gizmodo

    Oh Great, Comcast Is Going to Launch A Wireless Service - Gizmodo;

    Comcast must be getting bored with its natural monopoly over cable and internet service because it's launching a new wireless service in partnership with Verizon. Advertisement. CEO of Comcast Brian Roberts announced the move today during a Comcast ...and more »

  • Wireless Service From These Cable Guys Is on the Way - Fortune

    Wireless Service From These Cable Guys Is on the Way - Fortune;

    Almost five years ago, Comcast Cable president Neil Smit hailed a deal with Verizon that would "enable us to execute a comprehensive, long-term wireless strategy." He wasn't kidding about the long-term part. On Tuesday, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts ...and more »

  • If You Actually Want Comcast To Be Your Mobile Provider, 2017's Your Year - The Consumerist

    If You Actually Want Comcast To Be Your Mobile Provider, 2017's Your Year - The Consumerist;

    If you really want more Comcast in your life, and you're tired of all the options you already have for mobile phone service, well, Comcast's CEO has some good news for you. Coming soon, the cable company America most loves to hate is cutting its own ...and more »