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After AT&T deal, will consumers connect?

Customers who were whipsawed by the demise of Excite@Home are bracing for more potential headaches as AT&T Broadband and Comcast merge their vast cable networks.

The $72 billion deal between AT&T Broadband and Comcast would create a cable powerhouse, with access to more than 30 million households and projected revenue of $18 billion a year. But as usual, customers might get caught in the shuffle. see Special report: Cutting the cable Stuck in the middle, again
Customers who were whipsawed by the demise of Excite@Home are bracing for more potential headaches as AT&T Broadband and Comcast merge their vast cable networks.
December 21, 2001 
Comcast, AT&T cable deal to create Net giant
update After months of corporate tire-kicking, AT&T Broadband, the biggest cable company in the United States, has decided to merge with its original suitor.
December 20, 2001 
AT&T, Comcast execs outline new world order
update The new company will be a cable industry behemoth, with projected revenue of $18 billion a year and 22 million subscribers in 41 states.
December 20, 2001