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For residential, business, education, or non-profit organizations, Comcast California cable connection is your vehicle to unlimited access to the Internet information superhighway. Comcast California offers state-of-the-art service for high-speed Internet access, including cable and digital phone access. Better yet, bundle several Comcast California services together for instant savings!

Comcast is the leading telecommunication company in America; Comcast California brings a statewide solution for anyone who wants a way to the Web. From faster downloads to 24/7 connectivity, Comcast California redefines reliability. With a decade of dial-up's drawbacks and downsides, Internet users are quickly turning to Comcast California for high-speed Web access at the touch of a button .

Comcast California won't disturb your telephone access. Get online, search for California restaurants, listen to your favorite California radio station, and talk to friends or family all the while. Comcast California works independently of your telephone service so you can talk, read, and type simultaneously.

Comcast California Tames the Traffic

Comcast California keeps you connected even when others want to steal your seat. With multi-user network interface capability, a wireless router just gave "convenience" a whole new dimension. Whether you work from home or you live at work, having unlimited email, upload, download, voice, data, file transfer, photo, and multi-media capability is reason enough to get a Comcast California high-speed Internet connection.

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