Kill it now
Someone please kill this deal. I have Time Warner now and while I do not like Time Warner they're the second best ISP I've ever had. I've had 7 technicians out and been through 4 modem replacements in 14 months. I've made 24 calls for loss of service, and lost service about 30 times. I find Time Warner's prices for cable ridiculously high $30 extra to bundle 20 channels some of which I suspect pay Time Warner for service. (I subscribe to Netfix for $8 and watch what I please when I please) That said Comcast was worse. I paid for business class service with them, $140 a month for the exact same service they provided a residence next door to my office for $35. It took them 4 installation attempts to install the cable properly, and they never had the right tools for the job. I lost service more than 10 times in five months and went through 2 modems. Now that I've moved my business to a location they serve but refuse to install at (even for their customary $300 business install fee) they insist I owe them $700 for service they refused to provide.
Wide Open West of WOW was the best ISP I ever had doing a costly install free and they had 3 outages in 18 months of service with no need for modem or box swaps.
This deal would be bad for me, and bad for competition. I believe it would lead to stagnation in the already poorly functioning ISP market in the USA. Further I use 1TB worth of data on a 15/1Mb line and Comcast would want to cap that at 250GB. I'm not a glutton, that number I expect could be more than 2TB.
Time Warner has been good to it's users not turning over private info such as IP address without a proper court order, and not throttling services.
Time Warner has tried caps before and only backed down because their financial statements showed more data delivered for less cost per unit of data and less cost overall than the year before, thereby showing them to be liars when they said caps and overages were financially necessary. I'm certain under Comcast we'd see caps.