From researching ISPs in my area in Utah, it seems all but one company (Vivint) has a data cap.
Even Century Link has a data cap of 1 TB (http://www.centurylink.com/aboutus/legal/internet-service-disclosure/full-version.html)
Guess this is just the way ISPs are going because Comcast paved the way for ISPs to charge more when it doesn't cost them more for using more data.
With the FCC being against net neutrality, I don't really see a light at the end of the tunnel for our woes.
And it is total bs that not ALL states are restricted to the same data cap under Comcast.
I totally agree with the previous post where, if we have a data cap now, the unlimited should be what we normally pay, and we should be discounted for this capped plan. (Which will never happen because Comcast)
I am sure Comcast is pocketing all the incentives to "innovate" their infrastructure, charging customers more for the same service, and still complaining it will cost too much to provide customers with faster service because no one is regulating their practices.
Internet in the US is a joke compared to other countries for way higher prices and much slower speeds.
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