Comcast Debuts Internet 2go in Sacramento

Comcast launches XFINITY Internet 2go wireless data service in Sacramento area

December 28, 2010

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LIVERMORE, Calif. -- Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK), one of the nation's leading providers of entertainment, information, and communications products and services, announced that it will launch its high-speed wireless data service in the Sacramento area (including Davis, Elk Grove, Folsom and Roseville) today as the company continues its nationwide rollout of XFINITY Internet 2go. Comcast launched the service in Stockton, Modesto, Lathrop and Visalia last month.

Comcast's XFINITY Internet 2go provides a mobile Internet solution via wireless data cards. Comcast offers a fourth-generation or 4G wireless service in addition to a nationwide 3G wireless service. Comcast is selling this wireless service independently or as an add-on with one or more of its popular XFINITY Internet, XFINITY TV or XFINITY Voice products, providing mobile broadband wherever and whenever customers need to be connected.

"California is known for its progressive cities that embrace technology and Comcast is proud to bring 4G and 3G wireless service to consumers who are on the go," said Curt Henninger, regional vice president for Comcast's California region. "Comcast continues to drive innovation in the market whether it's with video, voice, the Internet or now wireless - all for the ultimate benefit of customers in the region."

Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK)

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