Big Tech Update
This internet provider will cap data next year
Comcast just announced plans to impose a home internet data cap next year for customers in the northeastern United States.
Under the new plan, the internet provider wil cap data to 1.2TB per month. If customers go over that limit, they will be charged ten dollars for every 50GB of additional data used, up to a $100 fee maximum. Customers will be given one grace period per year if they go over the limit.
The new data limit has the same details that are already in place for non-unlimited plans in the rest of the country. What else do you need to know about Comcast’s big announcement?
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