Worst Company In America Round 2: Comcast Vs. DirecTV

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If these two competitors were running this WCIA slap-fight, they would charge you to watch it on pay-per-view, then screw up the bill and cancel your service in the middle of the bout.

2010 Golden Poo-winner Comcast showed it still has what it takes to crush competitors, beating the living heck out of T-Mobile in the first round by a score of 89-11. You might say it wasn’t fair to put the number-four wireless company in the Death Pit against the country’s largest cable company, but Comcast and T-Mobile have about the same number of customers, until, of course, you add in Comcast’s new partners at NBC.

So maybe those of you who don’t have Comcast but voted for it anyway are just ticked off that Christina Aguilera is no longer a coach on The Voice?

Regardless, Comcast’s mettle will be tested by the nation’s largest satellite TV provider. Even though DirecTV is notably bigger and brawnier than its first-round competition, Dish, it still only managed to eke out a 56-44 victory against the smaller foe. It will need to put forth some real effort to knock the former champ out of the brackets.

Well, the commercial break is over. Time to vote.

VOTING FOR THIS POLL IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATS TO COMCAST FOR MAKING THE QUARTERFINALS!

This is a post in our Worst Company In America 2013 series. The companies competing for this honor were chosen by you, the readers. See the entire WCIA 2013 bracket HERE.