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Is it possible?
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We currently have U verse TV, Phone, and Internet but was thinking of maybe replacing U verse Internet with Comcast. Will they work together? I ask this because our RG is fed off of Coax and use Coax for our TVs except for the one by the RG which has ethernet. Will Comcast work with this setup or not Smiley Sad? Is it possible to run a seperate Comcast line or something?

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We currently have U verse TV, Phone, and Internet but was thinking of maybe replacing U verse Internet with Comcast. Will they work together? I ask this because our RG is fed off of Coax and use Coax for our TVs except for the one by the RG which has ethernet. Will Comcast work with this setup or not Smiley Sad? Is it possible to run a seperate Comcast line or something?

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Comcast will have to run separate coax for your internet service.

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Yes, you can have Comcast internet with U-verse TV.  You will just lose the features related to your TV that require U-verse internet.

Yes, you can have Comcast internet with U-verse TV.  You will just lose the features related to your TV that require U-verse internet.

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How will the setup work? What will they do so they don't get in each others way? Run a seperate line to a room? We currently have no free coax lines open that are free from U verse TV.

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How will the setup work? What will they do so they don't get in each others way? Run a seperate line to a room? We currently have no free coax lines open that are free from U verse TV.

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Comcast will have to run separate coax for your internet service.

Comcast will have to run separate coax for your internet service.

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You do realize that Comcast will more than likely charge you to run those lines plus they have caps that they actually enforce.

” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway

You do realize that Comcast will more than likely charge you to run those lines plus they have caps that they actually enforce.

” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway
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