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|NBC's Liz Crenshaw Reports on a Verizon Complaint||» More|
Home telephones have connected the world with copper wires for decades. But some customers who were happy with that traditional, copper-cable-based phone service are complaining that Verizon is pushing them to get fiber-optic lines they don't want so the company can sell consumers features they didn’t ask for.
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|Notice To Residents: "The Cable Office Can Help!"||» More|
|In response to a resident's op-ed expressing angst in dealing with their cable provider in the July 31st edition of the Gazette (Rebooting Comcast), Karoline Dunne of Silver Spring Maryland stated, "I don't think she knows that Montgomery County has an office of Cable and Communications Services." Dunne went on to share her story of successfully dealing with her provider with the help of our investigators. read article|
|Mitsuko Herrera Re-appointed to FCC||» More|
|The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) congratulates Mitsuko Herrera on her reappointment to the FCC’s Consumer Advisory Committee. Mitsuko is a longtime NATOA Member and is the Cable and Broadband Administrator for Montgomery County, MD, Office of Cable and Broadband Services. The Consumer Advisory Committee makes recommendations to the Commission regarding consumer issues within jurisdiction of the Commission and facilitates the participation of all consumers in proceedings before the Commission. read more...|
|Consumer Rights||» More|
|The Cable Office provides a brochure packed with information that can educate you and your family about your rights as a in dealing with your provider.|
|Dealing with Poor Installations - CCOC Communicator||» More|
|We shared information in this article about how to identify installation problems and take appropriate action..|
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