FCC smacks Comcast for hiding standalone broadband option

The Cable companies just love to sell bundled services for a major reason.it makes them buckets of money, but Comcast last year an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission that actively promote an affordable standalone broadband option for customers as a condition of the possibility purchase of NBC Universal. 
It seems that Comcast does not meet the end of the bargain, because the FCC has hit the company with a $ 800,000 fine for allegedly making it difficult for consumers to be cheap standalone broadband plan to find. The FCC said in a statement that Comcast "is not adequate standalone broadband services marketing. "

In addition to paying its $ 800,000 fine, Comcast will agree to continue offering cheap broadband-alone plan by at least February 21, 2015, a year longer than in the original agreement.

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