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Is there a way to look at my GB usage? Like before it hits that ceiling?

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I must have been under a rock or something, so sorry, but I have an app for my phone that shows that kind of thing.  Does Comcast have that?

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Upper right of this page "My Account" sign in then its under user settings tab .

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Upper right of this page "My Account" sign in then its under user settings tab .

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Note that you must be signed in using an account that has billing access.

 

Also note that the meter resets at midnight universal time at the end of the month. That is evening the night before for the US east coast. And there's a delay of about 3 hours, so I figure anything past noon on the last day of the month risks being on the next month's meter.




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