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I have long lamented what appears to be the exclusive rights held by Comcast in Bellevue. Back when Verizon was pushing Fios, we bought in, then it seemed Verizon found they couldn't provide TV in town and sold their interests and holdings here to Frontier.

  • Sunday, October 2, 2016 11:00am
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I have long lamented what appears to be the exclusive rights held by Comcast in Bellevue. Back when Verizon was pushing Fios, we bought in, then it seemed Verizon found they couldn’t provide TV in town and sold their interests and holdings here to Frontier.

I’ve had no service issues with Frontier internet, and would love to be receiving TV over Fios, which led me to search out the city’s agreement with Comcast. Turns out it’s non-exclusive in every way. So why can’t anyone get any TV over cable or fiber except from Comcast, whose service is deplored by large numbers of subscribers city-wide?

Larry Rosenthal

Bellevue

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