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IowaCowboy
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join:2010-10-16
Springfield, MA
kudos:1
reply to swintec

Re: No caps...

One way many users have avoided caps on Comcast is by subscribing to a business grade service. I myself have Comcast residential grade Internet but I never come anywhere close to the 250 GB cap when they were enforcing it.

MURICA

join:2013-01-03
Good luck subscribing to a Comcast Business tier that is 75 Mbps for $90 a month.

Comcast Business is highway robbery. If you want uncapped 100 Mbps from Comcap you have to shell out $400+ a month.*

*I know they list it as $370 but after taxes and fees that will easily shoot up over four Benjamins.


motorola870

join:2008-12-07
Arlington, TX
kudos:4
said by MURICA:

Good luck subscribing to a Comcast Business tier that is 75 Mbps for $90 a month.

Comcast Business is highway robbery. If you want uncapped 100 Mbps from Comcap you have to shell out $400+ a month.*

*I know they list it as $370 but after taxes and fees that will easily shoot up over four Benjamins.

TWC offers 35/5 and 50/5 DOCSIS 3.0 business class in Dallas and it starts at $320 (35/5) to (50/5) $369

MURICA

join:2013-01-03
What's your point?

Because Time Warner's residential has no caps, business class is entirely unnecessary.

Time Warner's residential service is comparable to Comcast's business service.

30/5 Mbps on Time Warner is $70 a month.