Comcast Data Cap Drops in September 2018
The data cap for Comcast’s data service has dropped below the $100,000 mark, and it’s a big deal.
For Comcast customers, this is the first time in over three years that the cap has dropped under $100 million.
Comcast’s monthly data cap dropped to $881 million in September.
That means Comcast’s caps are actually more affordable than in the past.
But for consumers, the news is not good news.
The monthly data caps for both data service providers are not cheap.
As Ars Technica’s Scott Horsley pointed out, the price of data service for one customer is $99.
That is a lot of money for the average customer.
Comcast currently charges $80.99 per month for unlimited data.
It’s likely that Comcast’s price for unlimited service is a bit higher than the average Comcast customer is paying, so it’s not entirely clear that it will make a significant dent in data usage in 2018.
But the new data cap means that Comcast customers won’t be able to save money on their data usage by opting to purchase data plans that come with the company’s “fast lanes” in exchange for paying the higher monthly data charges.
The cap is $100.99 for unlimited broadband.
The company has previously indicated that the company will soon begin charging for faster speeds, though its official stance on that is still to be seen.
Data caps in 2018 For now, Comcast customers can expect to pay more for their data service.
Comcast customers have had to pay $70 per month to see data cap increases in some states, including New York and New Jersey.
That’s an increase of $10 per month.
Comcast plans to increase that amount for subscribers in some areas in 2019.
If you want to upgrade your data service, you will be paying $99 a month for Comcast to do so.
The cost of this new data plan will be $100 for a new line in a new Comcast territory.
This means that customers in the states of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Illinois will now have to pay an additional $99 for the privilege of getting the fast lanes that Comcast provides to its subscribers.
This could cost Comcast customers some money in the long run.
However, this could also encourage more Comcast customers to switch to other data plans, or simply stay with Comcast.
This isn’t the first data cap drop for Comcast.
In 2018, the company introduced a data cap that dropped to just $100 a month.
While this price is lower than the previous data cap of $100 in 2018, it’s still way too high.
It means that if Comcast’s pricing is set to stay the same, there won’t even be any competition.