Windstream's Gardner doesn't fear Comcast-TWC competition

Jeff Gardner, WindstreamWhile his company is well aware that a newly combined Comcast-Time Warner Cable could have a competitive impact on its markets, Jeff Gardner, CEO of hybrid telco/CLEC Windstream says he's not concerned that the large conglomerate will significantly affect Windstream's primary large multi-site commercial sector. Speaking at the Sanford C. Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference, Gardner said that Comcast-TWC will stay focused on the small to medium business (SMB) space, where customers typically spend less than $750 a month. FierceTelecom has a full report here.

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