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  • I'm extremely disappointed in Comcast Cable in Sacramento

    • by Orrymain
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      This review is focusing solely on the programming offered by Comcast Cable in the Northern California region and particularly in Sacramento.

      Since coming to Sacramento the last time, Comcast Cable has done very little to increase its channels offered. Let me explain that originally, we had Sacramento Cable. Comcast bought them out, then sold ‘us’ to AT&T. Then several years ago, they bought back the area, taking over much of what had been AT&T.

      When Sacramento Cable


      and AT&T ruled the roost, channels and networks were added frequently. There was always something new and exciting to look forward to. During their first period of ownership, Comcast Cable also increased the channels to an extent. However, since coming back onto the scene, they’ve done virtually nothing.

      More frustrating is that other parts of Northern California were getting new additions that the state capitol wasn’t. Smaller towns and areas had channels such as Hallmark ...


      • and Oxygen long before Sacramento did.

        All the while, prices have gone up. It seems like Comcast Cable is more interested in making everything HD than it is on keeping up on programming issues. Aside from adding a couple of sports-related ‘pay’ channels, Comcast Cable in Sacramento hasn’t added anything of note since they did finally get Hallmark, Oxygen, and the Soapnet channels, and those three have been virtually it for years.

        The prices just went up again,

        and for what? What are we getting for it? Nothing. I’m extremely disappointed in Comcast Cable in Sacramento. They truly don’t seem to care about their programming at all. While my friends tell me about wonderful channels and networks they are getting in other areas, I have to sit back and just sigh in frustration.

        Big companies can sometimes be big disasters, and that’s what Comcast Cable is in the programming department; at least in Sacramento.




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