The few workers there are not exactly hurrying--not exactly Post Office-like, but definitely not feeling too put out by the extremely long line. Not that I blame them. It's always like this. If they tried to hurry it would suck for everyone. And obviously, it's not in the least important to Comcast to serve their customers well.
Anyway, I did some metrics and calculated that I would be there at least two hours, so I left. Wasted gas, time, but not my Saturday time. Not any more.
But what else do you expect from a company that has agreed to rat out it's customers to Hollywood? Plainly, they don't like us very much, and don't want our money. Which is why I, and I urge everyone, to give them as little money as possible.
You don't really need that extra level of cable service. Spend that money on clothes for your kids, or retirement, or something else trivial like that.
One thing is for sure--the moment they rat me out ONE TIME, my internet service is going with someone else. I call it my "one strike plan", and I'm the customer--I can do that.