I just signed up for Internet with Comcast again, after having the worst service possible(only options in my area....we need more competition....) and no one told me about the limit. But a terabyte should be enough right? From May 1st-May13th it shows I've used 900GB!!! Yes we stream everything, not paying ridiculous fees for cable, but using almost the whole terabyte in less than 2 weeks doesn't seem possible. We don't use Kodi on our Fire Sticks, so I don't know what could be causing this.
We have two TV's using Fire Sticks, a kid that does a lot of online gaming and 3 tablets and 2 phones connected, is that really enough to use that much data? One of the TV's is on practically all day, an older family member with an injury that doesn't work, how do I find out what device is using how much data? Having to pay another $50 to use more data seems criminal, and it's funny how they say it's less than 1% of their customers exceed it but see all these posts about people exceeding the limit..... Soon as another provider comes to my area bye-bye Comcast.
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