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Excite@Home Could Interrupt Internet Services On Friday

CNET News.com reports that Excite@Home may disrupt service to 4.1 million cable modem subscribers as early as Friday, November 30. This disclosure was made in connection with the bankruptcy case currently underway in federal bankruptcy court in San Francisco.

CTDATA is a customer of Comcast Business Communications. We will be in touch with Comcast today in order to determine whether service to our office in Lawrenceville will be affected if the bankruptcy judge rules in favor of Excite in their dispute with their customers.

Update: We have now done several stories on the impact of various aspects of Excite's bankruptcy on cable companies and their customers. To see other stories, search CTDATA for Comcast Excite.

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