I had Comcast Cable/Xfinity basic plan for years but am on a limited fixed income so I had to make the choice to end that. My internet was provided by another company and was getting to the point where I would have to decide if I could do without it. I was told about Xfinity Essentials awhile back maybe over a year and called and they now provide in NJ.
So I cut the cable cord and closed the internet account and got the Essentials. I know you received 1 terabyte (1,024 G per month. When I applied for the plan I knew that would meet my needs then I decided to purchased FireTV from Amazon. Never thinking that it might eat up the 1 terabyte a month. I've only had the Xfinity Essentials for 3 weeks so hard to judge so far. I've tried not to watch TV to much until I can find out for sure if it will take me over the allotment.
It is only me using the devices, one computer and two TV's. I rarely used my cell phone for anything.
And advice would be greatly appreciated.
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NJ is not subject to the 1 TB data plan.
Thank you for replying so quickly. If it is not subjected to the 1TB plan do you know what the guidelines are for NJ. I was told a Welcome Kit was come but haven't received it yet. Or can you tell me where to find what NJ data plan is?
@IBleed4THee wrote: ... do you know what the guidelines are for NJ. ...
For more than you ever really wanted to know about the data plan, see https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/data-usage-plan.