Comcast, the largest U.S. cable company, has announced plans to offer a business license to customers, beginning with California.
The company said Monday that it will offer a new business license at no cost for those who have been paying the company for their current license for at least three years, or for a lifetime.
The California Office of the State Treasurer said in a release that the business license will allow for Comcast to expand its business presence in the state, adding to the company’s already large footprint in the Bay Area.
The move comes a week after Comcast announced plans for a new California headquarters in downtown San Francisco.
Comcast announced last month it would build a $3.5 billion office complex that will house its cable TV network.