Comcast Boosting Usage Caps to 1 Terabyte, from 300 Gb

Comcast says it is boosting data usage limits in test markets from 300 Gbytes to one terabyte.


“Our typical customer uses only about 60 gigabytes of data in a month (by June 1, 2016),”
Comcast says.

“For the very tiny portion of our customer super users (less than one percent of our customer base) who want more than a terabyte, they can sign up for an unlimited plan for an additional $50 a month, or they have the option to purchase additional buckets of 50 gigabytes of data for $10 each,” Comcast says.


source: Economist
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