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said by osravens:(This is kind of on a tangent. and I'm not opposing your comment.)
I do, however, think it's double dipping to charge those people for the higher speeds and then for the higher bandwidth. It should be common sense that the higher speed connection is going to use more bandwidth.
If Comcast is trying to extend the life of their copper network and the caps were about limiting congestion, we should actually see an opposite of the what the plans reflect.
The most expensive plans would be slower speeds but would be unlimited.
Likewise, the high speed plans should be cheaper but capped.