HARRISBURG, Pa. (WAMS) – Recently, Comcast announced that they would be placing a 1.2 TB (1,200 GB) bandwidth cap on residential internet.
Customers would be charged $10 for every 50 GB over the 1.2 TB limit for a maximum of $100.
With many people working and learning from home, customers felt that Comcast was taking advantage of the situation by implementing overage charges.
Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro and Comcast have agreed to delay this data cap and their overage fees until July.
This is not the time to change the rules when it comes to internet data usage and increase costs” said Josh Shapiro.
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