Categories Ramblings Comcast and E911 Post author By Jack Lail Post date May 14, 2007 2 Comments on Comcast and E911 In the sales pitch, Comcast says E911 works on its VOIP service, but it does it? Anybody had any experience with it in the Knoxville area? I’ve been generally pleased with the cable phone service. Tags: Comcast | E911 Share this: RelatedCable loveMarch 9, 2007In "Ramblings"No cable, No Net, No funAugust 14, 2005In "Family"Yeah, the cable works, but the office is another storyNovember 3, 2006In "Ramblings" ← Another week → I’ve pulled myself away to write this 2 replies on “Comcast and E911” It falls to you, the consumer, to provide the correct location identifier information to Comcast, and then to verify that the E911 calls are appropriately routed. Power outage, misconfiguration, or moving the equipment can impact E911 service, and I’m sure their contract language spells out every limitation for you. If you’re worried about it, I’d stick with traditional wireline service or have a really sharp home security company. That’s the only reason I still have a “land line” at home. Comments are closed.