Comcast Acquisition of Time Warner Cable Would Vastly Boost Comcast's High Speed Access Share

Cable operators have generally been winning market share in the fixed network high speed access business in the United States. Where Cox Communications, CenturyLink and Verizon are generally expected to see flat revenue growth, AT&T is projected to lose market share, while Comcast and Time Warner Cable are expected to gain share. 

Combined, Comcast and Time Warner Cable would grow vastly more than all the other competitors, in the event of a successful Comcast purchase of Time Warner Cable.

Graph showing projected data-service revenues for a post-merger Comcast, via GigaOm
source: Consumerist
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