On the road to their merger, Time Warner Cable and Comcast scored badly pn The
American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI): a 60 out of 100 for Comcast, "down -5%
from last year, while Time Warner Cable is even worse: sitting at 56, its lowest score to date, and down -7%," which makes customers for the two companies "the most dissatisfied... among subscription TV and ISP services," writes Chris
Ariens. “It’s a concern whenever two poor-performing service providers
says the ACSI director. Um, yeah.
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