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Unlimited is a fraudulent term

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Unlimited is a fraudulent term

I recently received a letter stating that I was in violation of the acceptable use policy for telephone service. I called comast support and was informed that the term 'unlimited' actually means 5,000 minutes. I think I better inform the Webster's dictionary people of their mistake in defining unlimited. Of course, anyone with a teenage daughter in possession of a cell phone knows that 5,000 minutes doesn't amount to a hill of beans. I do not mind having parameters set on telephone usage, but it does bother me that Comcast feels like it is their privilege to suck people into buying a service by using a fraudulent term.

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You might want to try the Xfinity Voice or Customer Care section of the forums.

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