Comcast considers 250 GB data limit

June 2008
CED;Jun2008, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the 250 gibibyte (GB) data limit of downloads per month planned by Comcast in the U.S. It states that subscribers who used more than the allowed data service would pay $15 for every extra 10 GB. Furthermore, the monthly capital of 250 GB is about 50 high-definition movies or more than 200 standard-definition films.


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