Google’s CEO Brian Roberts said on Monday that the merger would not affect competition or hurt the company’s business.
“The merger will not impact our ability to serve our customers, our business, our employees, or our ability or willingness to invest in the future,” Roberts said in a statement.
“Our merger with Comcast is designed to enable our customers to enjoy the benefits of both the Internet and the cable TV service, while we deliver innovative products to customers that they have come to expect from us.”
Comcast, which is majority owned by Time Warner, owns NBCUniversal, CNN and the Warner Bros. studios.
It has said the merger will bring “better quality, faster service, and greater flexibility” to the market.
Roberts said the company will “not be slowing down” as it prepares to begin construction on a $4.9bn (£2.5bn) $8bn (£6.1bn) high-speed broadband network in Austin, Texas.