Comcast VP: 300GB data cap is “business policy,” not technical necessity

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Why does Comcast Internet service have a 300GB monthly data cap? When asked that question today, Comcast’s vice president of Internet services, Jason Livingood, said that he doesn’t know, because setting the monthly data limit is a business decision, not one driven by technical necessity. “Cable Cares,” a parody account on Twitter, asked Livingood, “Serious question, why are Comcast’s caps set so low compared to the speeds they’re being sold at? 100mbps can hit 300GB in 6hr~.” Read 11 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Comcast VP: 300GB data cap is “business policy,” not technical necessity

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