From Baltimore Sun:
Comcast announced last week that it is postponing implementation of new data caps on Xfinity internet customers in Maryland and elsewhere throughout the Northeast.
“We recognize that our data plan was new for our customers in the Northeast, and while only a very small percentage of customers need additional data, we are providing them with more time to become familiar with the new plan,” Comcast said in a Thursday news release.
Before postponing its implementation, Comcast planned to charge customers without unlimited plans up to $100 a month for data over 1.2 terabytes. And customers without an unlimited plan would be charged $10 plus tax for every 50 gigabytes beyond the new threshold, up to a monthly max of $100.
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