Internet data plan threshold
I just received an email that our family has reached the Internet data plan threshold of 1.2 TB (with 5 days still to go in December). This is absolutely ridiculous, especially during a pandemic when: a) adults like me are working from home and using up data left and right with remote desktop sessions, video conference calls, large file downloads and the like, b) kids like mine are using up data as they're studying online, meeting their teachers via video calls, etc., c) we are all using up data as we try to relax at home after work and school to adhere to social distancing rules, so we do video calls with friends and family, we stream movies and series online, etc. In light of all this, 1.2 TB does not seem like a lot. If all 4 members of my family stream videos in HD 12 hours a day (which is NOT an unreasonble assumptions these days), that means our family will use up that 1.2 TB in about 17 days. Yes, I know that as a first time "offender" I don't have to pay for the extra data just yet. Yes, I know Comcast has true unlimited Internet plans (for an extra monthly fee). But again, getting an email like this in a middle of a pandemic when most of us are confined to our homes, anyway, is especially unreasonable. and I am hereby expressing my extreme dissatisfaction with this policy.