Comcast’s 250GB Cap – People Still Unsatisfied

Much maligned Comcast has made official a bandwidth (or transfer) cap of 250GB per month starting October 1st. While there are some pleased comments, there are also many who are still unhappy with anything short of literally ‘unlimited’ access. I for one would be overjoyed to lose the shackles of the 60GB or 95GB caps from Rogers, but also realize how illogical truly ‘unlimited’ access is from a business point of view. Physical mediums, such as wireless spectrum and cabling, are intrinsically limited in capacity and a business is a business; it’s about making money. To those asking for unlimited service, well, it’s just not a reasonable demand. Anything significantly over 250GB per month is probably getting into abusive territory and I think it’s a perfectly reasonable cap.

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