Comcast Markets an Internet Service Designed to Mislead Customers

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By Daniel Kline The Xfinity company now sells an internet network with a name that greatly overstates what you’re getting. Imagine if you order a product called the “Bacon Triple Mega Burger” from a fast-food chain and when your sandwich shows up, it has a single patty and one sad slice of bacon. There’s nothing “Triple” or “Mega” about it and any rational customer would get pretty mad. That’s because people understand all the words in that non-existent cheeseburger’s name. When it comes to phone and internet service, however, consumers don’t actually understand the difference between 4G and 5…

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