New Comcast CFO Cavanagh on wireless plans: We're 'putting some time into issue'

In one of his first long-form interviews since taking over as CFO of Comcast, former JPMorgan executive Mike Cavanagh said the company is considering the launch of a wireless service.

"In Europe, the flavor of the month is quad-play," Cavanagh told the Philadelphia Inquirer, referring to companies that add wireless service to traditional bundles of broadband, cable TV and landline phone services. "We have the wherewithal to go down that road. It's something we should pay attention to, and you can count on us putting some time into the issue." Article

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