Comcast is trying everything to get approval for its takeover of Time Warner Cable - even to the point of dropping 3.9 million customers
About 1.4 million of those customers would be sold off to Charter Communications for $7.3 billion - which would then make Charter the second-largest Cable company in the nation.
Comcast has offered $45 billion for Time Warner, but they're running into roadblocks.
The agreement is contingent on Comcast's Time Warner Cable deal being approved by the Justice Department and the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, a process that could take many months.
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