Comcast Web Upgrades Keep on Rolling

Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) is doubling the speeds of its Blast! and Extreme 50 Internet plans in Washington and Oregon for no additional cost. Also for no additional cost, Comcast is increasing the speed of its Performance plan by more than 30%.

The MSO rolled out similar speed increases in Colorado, Florida and California earlier this month. The latest rollout is the 11th time that Comcast has increased its Internet speeds.

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