Steven247's profile

New Poster

 • 

1 Message

Mon, Oct 28, 2019 9:00 PM

Data limit on home network

Hi, I'm a new xfinity user and I just received my xFi Pods. I wanted to know if there's a way to limit how much data each user who is connected to my home network uses. Like can I set a data cap for guests and once they reach that cap their connection is slowed.

This conversation is no longer open for comments or replies and is no longer visible to community members.

Responses

CCAndrew

Diamond Problem Solver

 • 

25.9K Messages

2 y ago

No there isn’t a way to do that

Frequent Visitor

 • 

11 Messages

2 y ago

Andrew said that there isn't,

There is actually a DATA CAP monthly. if you have alot of kids which they stream alot, play video games, or you guys watch alot of streaming services like, netflix or amazon prime etc, it consumes alot alot of data. Xfinity says that only 90% of customers goes over  1Tera a month, which is the maximum data per moth, This years i went over like 5 times, used around 1500 GB or more monthly, Mind that a netflix movie in 4K is around 50GB, 10-20 movies that you watch in a moth at 4K , that's it your data is gone. unless you PAY an extra $50 to get unlimited.

New to the Community?

Start Here