The Comcast-Time Warner merger would force Comcast out of the Twin Cities, at least in name.
City of Minneapolis logo via public domain, Comcast logo via PRNewsFoto/Charter Communications Soon you may be cursing out GreatLand instead of Comcast
In order to appease federal regulators Comcast is proposing to spin off 2.5 million customers covering 11 states (including Minnesota) into a new company called GreatLand Connections. GreatLand would be the fifth-largest cable company in the US, according to ArsTechnica. It would use Charter, which is also involved in the merger, to manage its operations, so don't hold your breath hoping for better customer service.
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