Comcast to Limit Internet Broadband Usage to 250GB per Month Starting October 01

The largest US cable operator Comcast has announced that it will limit customers’ Internet broadband usage to 250GB per month per account starting October 01. This applies to all residential broadband.

Comcast mentioned that if customer exceeds the 250GB limit, Comcast will call the customer to warn about the “excessive use” and suggest the customer to upgrade to a more expensive commercial-grade plan. If customer does not upgrade and exceed the limit for a second time within six months, Comcast will terminate the account for a year.

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