Comcast Apologizes For 4th Quarter SuperBowl Outage

Comcast has apologized and is offering credits to customers in New Mexico who lost their cable signal during the 4th quarter of the SuperBowl.

Comcast is working to make things right after 8,000 customers in the North Valley lost their signal in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl.

The company will be sending out apology letters, and is offering a full day’s worth of credit to people who lost their cable during the game.

Comcast is also offering video on demand coupons and the sports package free for three months.

Oh man. They totally “Heidi Gamed” it.

Comcast apologizes after Super Bowl outage [KOB]

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