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MarkakaJin

join:2011-01-18

[Caps] No data cap on Business plan?

I live near El Dorado Hills, CA and I'm wondering if anyone who is a resident around or near the place have switched to a business class. Or at least a residential Comcast customer who had switched to business basic plan. If so, what kind of plans do you currently have? Is it TV+Voice residential plan and then business internet basic plan?

Also, Is there really no data cap on the basic plan for business? Cause I'm sick of this data cap on the residential plan. I think there are no other ISP available in my area and it's just Comcast for me. Cause the thing is, I'm using a video game on-demand service called OnLive. A service where you can stream the latest high-end video games online, no download and installation for any of the games. It's like streaming a movie off from the Netflix, except it's video games. I've monitored using a data usage monitor software and have seemed to have be getting over 200+ MB at a fast rate.

ExoticFish

join:2008-08-31
Stuarts Draft, VA

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Is it hard to search ? Or simply look through the already existing threads on the first page ?

»Residential vs Business


nerdburg
Premium
join:2009-08-20
Schuylkill Haven, PA
kudos:1
reply to MarkakaJin
No data caps for Business Class, but you would still be subject to congestion management.


JohnInSJ
Premium
join:2003-09-22
Aptos, CA
No *hard* caps, but there is verbiage in the AUP for excessive use based on service level... which implies there is a point at which you would, on anything but the top tier, be offered to terminate or move to a more expensive tier based on use.

The normal congestion management applies to all connections

»customer.comcast.com/Pages/FAQVi···echnique
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rwong48

join:2002-11-10
San Jose, CA
reply to MarkakaJin
Residential TV+Internet (TV only for bundle pricing) switched to Business HSI and 100% OTA HDTV. HSI was+is 12/2. I use Ooma for VoIP and a femtocell in my house for Sprint service.

There's no cap but you'll probably be flagged if you pass something ridiculous. Don't know what that amount is though; I'm just under 1TB/month and I'm fine.

catnapped

join:2010-11-22
Elizabethtown, PA
reply to MarkakaJin
Will they sell the basic level of TV service (I'm assuming it's the same as residential Limited Basic) to a 'non-business' who gets business class service or do you need an actual office to get TV along with HSI?


JohnInSJ
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join:2003-09-22
Aptos, CA
said by catnapped:

Will they sell the basic level of TV service (I'm assuming it's the same as residential Limited Basic) to a 'non-business' who gets business class service or do you need an actual office to get TV along with HSI?

You can get business TV with your business internet. Or you can have two accounts with comcast, one for your business HSI (and business voice if you want) and one for residential (video, voice...)
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sortofageek
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join:2001-08-19
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reply to nerdburg

(topic move) Congestion Management?

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Augustus III
If Only Rome Could See Us Now....

join:2001-01-25
Gainesville, GA
reply to MarkakaJin

Re: [Caps] No data cap on Business plan?

2-3TB. More and they will have a chat with you.

You are welcome


beachintech
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said by Augustus III:

2-3TB. More and they will have a chat with you.

You are welcome

No. There is no way to put specific numbers on the question.

You, are welcome.
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