Comcast has consistently argued that its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable won’t reduce competition because the two companies do not compete in any city or town in the US.
But the company seems to have had some doubts about this claim and accidentally made these doubts public today.
A blog post by Comcast VP Sena Fitzmaurice repeated the company’s talking point that “if the proposed transaction goes through, consumers will not lose a choice of cable companies. Consumers will not lose a choice of broadband providers. And not a single market will see a reduction in competition. Those are simply the facts.”
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