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Comcast bundles may not be fair

In response to the April 17 Perspectives column by Randolph J. May, "The storm over broadband bundling":

My complaint with Comcast is not that it bundles TV and broadband services at a discount--that's fine with me.

My problem is that it tells me that if I don't drop my DirecTV and take its TV services, it will increase the rate for my Internet access by over 30 percent. That's not a discount either; that's just to keep it at the same rate I was getting when it was AT&T.

If you think that's fair, you must live in a different world than I do.

Deryl Crawford
Los Angeles