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Friday March 20, 2015

NYC Official Wants Comcast To Offer $10, 10Mbps Internet After Merger

As part of the Time Warner Cable merger, NYC Public Advocate Letitia James wants Comcast to promise universal broadband for all NYC consumers.

In addition to expanding eligibility, James wants Comcast to maintain and improve Time Warner Cable’s "Everyday Low Price" plan, which offers 2Mbps down/1Mbps up service for $15 a month and is available to anyone regardless of income. Comcast should change Everyday Low Price "to provide at least 10Mbps download speeds and 1Mbps upload speeds for $9.95 a month," James’ report says.