Got an email today saying if I exceed 1TB during the month, I will be charged $10 per 50Gb add-on. Fortunately, I am nowhere near that limit... but still... starting to look like Europe...
At the time I cut the cord our cable company had a limit of only 250GB.
Comcast has had a limit in place in some states for a while now.
Earlier they tried lower limits in some states and "helpful" consumer advocates got involved. Those limits disappeared for the moment at least and overall rates went up.
1TB is a lot of data to consume. It is hard to imagine most users or families using that much much for any "fair use" purpose so it probably only impacts a very small number of users.
What if your house is a cyber cafe:whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:
I guess that is exactly the reason. You should be paying the business rate in that case.
What if it is a 1960's cyber cafe commune?