Comcast reluctantly drops data-cap enforcement in 12 states for rest of 2021

ISP grants reprieve in Northeast but still caps users in most of its US territory.

Comcast is delaying a plan to enforce its 1.2TB data cap and overage fees in the Northeast US until 2022 after pressure from customers and lawmakers in multiple states.

"[W]e are delaying implementation of our new data plan in our Northeast markets until 2022," Comcast said in an announcement yesterday. "We recognize that our data plan was new for our customers in the Northeast, and while only a very small percentage of customers need additional data, we are providing them with more time to become familiar with the new plan."


Courtesy of Ars Technica

Article Author: Jon Brodkin

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