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  2. Cox Automotive - Wikipedia

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    Cox Automotive As of September 2015, the Cox Automotive business unit divided its brands into five groups, four containing U.S. businesses which include auto auctions and wholesale services, financial services, media, and software, and an international group of its international brands.

  3. Xfinity - Wikipedia

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    Xfinity Voice (formerly Comcast Digital Voice) is a landline telephone service that was launched in 2005 in select markets, and to all of Comcast's markets in 2006. Comcast's older service, Comcast Digital Phone, continued to offer service for a brief period, until Comcast shut it down around late 2007.

  4. GCI (company) - Wikipedia

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    Through its own facilities and agreements with other providers, GCI provides cable television service, Internet access, wireline (networking) and cellular telephone service. It is a subsidiary of Colorado-based company Liberty Broadband, a company affiliated with Liberty Media that also owns a 26% interest in Charter Communications , having ...

  5. FairPoint Communications - Wikipedia

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    FairPoint Communications, Inc. was headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, and operated communication services in 31 markets in 17 states, mostly in rural areas. FairPoint services include local and long distance phone service, data, Internet, broadband, television, business communications solutions and fiber services. [3]

  6. Comcast - Wikipedia

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    Comcast's Customer Service Rating by the ACSI surveys indicate that the company's customer service has not improved since the surveys began in 2001. Analysis of the surveys states that "Comcast is one of the lowest scoring companies in ACSI. As its customer satisfaction eroded by 7% over the past year, revenue increased by 12%."

  7. Suddenlink Communications - Wikipedia

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    Suddenlink was an American telecommunications subsidiary of Altice USA trading in cable television, broadband, IP telephony, home security Cablevision Systems Corporation on November 30, 2016, Suddenlink was combined with Cablevision. Together with Optimum - the name used by Cablevision for its products - Altice USA became the United States' fourth largest cable operator with 4.6 million ...

  8. Optimum (cable brand) - Wikipedia

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    Optimum TV offers cable television service in three tiers: Core: 220+ Channels; Select: 340+ Channels (includes Starz Encore) Premier: 420+ Channels (includes HBO, Showtime, and Starz) Internet. Optimum offers internet speeds up to 940 megabits per second, with four tiers available: "1 Gig", Optimum's flagship speed tier.

  9. Criticism of Comcast - Wikipedia

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    Comcast's customer service rating by the ACSI surveys indicate that the company's customer service has never improved since the surveys began in 2001. Analysis of the surveys states that "Comcast is one of the lowest scoring companies in ACSI. As its customer satisfaction eroded by 7% over the past year, revenue increased by 12%."