So, it's okay for Comcast to upgrade their infrastructure at significant cost, but not to pass along that cost to customers. Yeah, okay.
[I do get your point, however.]
I’m a little surprised you haven’t replied back yet I asked a question I was hoping you would tell me what you meant
I'm not an employee so I dn't get paid to be here, which means I'm here when I want to be here; I do have a life outside of these forums. Sorry.
And the sentence shouldn't need explaining. Would it have been more clear had I said "However, I do get your point." after pointing out why your bill increases and doesn't stay the same?
Again, it costs Comcast money to upgrade systems to do what you'd like and those costs are passed on to the customer. You want 2TB of data at a 1TB price: "but that also means don’t be gouging people on 2 TB keep the price the same for Internet access like it is right now" and that probably will not happen, although it's good to dream.
So, right now, if you want more than 1TB of data per month, you can pay the extra $50 per month, or whatever it might be in your area, for completely unlimited data. Then you can stream and play games to your hearts content.
I get your point, however.