Not long ago, Lady’s Island, S.C., resident Tim O’Sullivan received a surprising phone call from Comcast. A representative for the cable company told O’Sullivan he’d exceeded a 300-gigabyte threshold on his plan.
O’Sullivan wouldn’t have to pay the first three times he maxed out that limit, the representative said, but after that, he would be charged $10 for each extra 50 GB he used past 300 GB.
That policy was news to him. It may be news to you as well: Since 2012, Comcast has repeatedly trumpeted that it does not have a data cap.
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