Comcast is delaying a plan to implement its 1.2TB information cap and overage charges within the Northeast US till 2022 after stress from prospects and lawmakers in a number of states.
“[W]e are delaying implementation of our new information plan in our Northeast markets till 2022,” Comcast stated in an announcement yesterday. “We acknowledge that our information plan was new for our prospects within the Northeast, and whereas solely a really small proportion of consumers want extra information, we’re offering them with extra time to change into acquainted with the brand new plan.”
Comcast has enforced the info cap in 27 of the 39 states wherein it operates since 2016, however not within the Northeast states the place Comcast faces competitors from Verizon’s un-capped FiOS fiber-to-the-home service. In November 2020, Comcast introduced it will convey the cap to the opposite 12 states and the District of Columbia beginning in January 2021. However with yesterday’s announcement, nobody in these 12 states and DC shall be charged overage charges by Comcast in all of 2021.
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