The internet is back, and it’s coming for cable.
The company that once served the Internet as a free conduit for free speech and information has come to grips with the reality that its current internet infrastructure is obsolete and needs major upgrades.
It’s the cable company’s turn to pay for the upgrades.
And it’s not the first time that cable companies have sought to keep the internet alive.
In 2016, Comcast offered to pay to keep internet services open, and the FCC’s Open Internet Order requires cable companies to keep their Internet services available 24/7.
Now, Comcast is trying to save itself from the same fate.
Comcast’s plan is to invest $3 billion in new fiber optic cable to bring the Internet up to speed and speeds to where the company’s competitors are.
But the problem is that Comcast doesn’t own the cable systems it intends to invest in.
Comcast owns a portion of CenturyLink, the largest cable company in the country, but CenturyLink does not own the network that is part of the Comcast network.
So CenturyLink is stuck with the bill for upgrades to its own network.
CenturyLink’s board of directors recently voted to reject the proposal, and CenturyLink announced its decision to stop buying cable television channels.
The cable company is taking the next step to make its plan a reality.
As part of its ongoing investments, Comcast plans to sell off a portion and lease the remaining portions of its cable infrastructure.
In a statement to Ars Technica, Comcast said that it will be leasing the infrastructure to other companies, which it said would make the system even better.
Comcast hopes to sell the remaining cable infrastructure to the cable companies it currently owns.
This means that it could be selling the network infrastructure to an investor, for example, or to a private company, and that private company would be paying Comcast for the infrastructure that’s needed to keep its network running.
Comcast could also offer to build a new fiber-optic network and resell it to Comcast.
Comcast is selling its cable network infrastructure for $300 million, or $300 per month per subscriber.
Comcast said the $300/month figure is based on the amount of money it expects to pay the cable operators for the service.
The price for a month’s service would be $8.95 per month, which is roughly $50 cheaper than the average monthly rate charged by cable providers for their cable service.
That said, the price is only one part of Comcast’s overall plan to invest billions of dollars in its own fiber network.
Comcast plans on using the fiber to provide faster broadband speeds, faster download speeds, and more robust Internet reliability.
Comcast has been moving to build the fiber network since 2014, and its current fiber infrastructure is already a decade old.
It began building the fiber-to-the-home network in 2007 and has since built about 10 million miles of fiber.
Comcast expects to have its fiber network up and running by 2019, but that’s not set in stone.
The first fiber-coaxial network that Comcast built, in 2013, took about three years to build, and only about two-thirds of the company has actually been able to build fiber networks.
Fiber-to, cable, and internet companies will have to start building the infrastructure by 2019 or 2020 to meet the requirements set by the FCC.
The FCC’s proposed rules would require companies to install fiber to a customer’s premises in 30 days or less, and Comcast’s new proposal would require them to complete the installation within 90 days.
The proposed rules also require Comcast to provide a fiber-connected home and office for every one person within a five-mile radius of a customer, and to provide at least one gigabit per second (Gbps) internet speed.
Comcast will be required to provide more detailed information on its plans for deploying its network later this year.
Comcast hasn’t said when it will build its fiber-based network.
Ars Technia has reached out to Comcast for comment on this story.