Most Comcast customers now have a 1TB home internet data cap
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Comcast’s home internet data caps are going live for a majority of customers starting November 1st, the company announced today. Called the “Xfinity Terabyte Internet Data Usage Plan,” the cap restricts the amount of data you consume in your home to 1TB per month regardless of the speed of your plan. Comcast claims 99 percent of customers use less than 1TB per month, but it does now offer an unlimited option for $50 more per month.
Back in April, Comcast bumped its data cap from 300GB to 1TB after consumer backlash and renewed regulatory concern from the FCC. And until today, the plan has been active in select markets for 16 states. But starting November 1st, the list will add 18 new markets, bringing the total number of states with the…