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enigma96

join:2006-05-09
Newark, CA

Comcast Business Internet no cap?

I'd like to sign up for Comcast Business Internet. I've heard their is no cap with a business line, yet I can find no mention of that on comcast's website. Does anyone here know if that is true or not?

Thanks


Oedipus

join:2005-05-09
kudos:1

There isn't an explicit cap, but there isn't an explicit lack of cap either. If you use an extreme amount of data (10TB+, I'm guessing), they may recommend that you migrate to a higher level of service.

This all being said, I have not heard of anybody who has been contacted with this request. You would probably need to have the 50/10 or 105/15 and max it out for weeks or months on end for them to take issue.


enigma96

join:2006-05-09
Newark, CA

I average about 300GB's a month....which is why I would like to get the business package...



jay608
Going Nucking Futs

join:2007-01-22
Chicago, IL
reply to enigma96

No issue w/ that amount and business class.



Cjaiceman
Premium,MVM
join:2004-10-12
Parker, CO
kudos:2
reply to enigma96

I average about 700-900GB/month on the 50/10 and they have not said anything in over a year of that kind of usage.
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enigma96

join:2006-05-09
Newark, CA
reply to enigma96

Ok I just called them and I can get it for $100 a month. But he said that I will get new equipment. What kind? I already have the all in one, with voice and internet.


muranternet

join:2009-10-19
Saint Paul, MN

They'll assign you a business class gateway, probably an SMC8014 or SMC3DG depending on your package level, to handle HSI. If you keep your residential voice, you'll most likely keep your current EMTA to handle voice traffic.



JohnInSJ
Premium
join:2003-09-22
San Jose, CA

$100/mo is 22/5 thats an SMC3DG.