Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The End of Unlimited Internet?

Get ready to say goodbye to unlimited Internet access.

Last week, Comcast -- the second-largest Internet service provider in the country -- announced that starting Oct. 1 it would officially set a threshold for monthly Internet usage.

In an online announcement, the service provider said that although it already contacts residential customers who use excessive amounts of bandwidth, it had never provided a specific limit. Now, Comcast said it will amend its user agreement to say that users will be allowed 250 gigabytes of monthly usage.

----Ka-ching ka-ching.


Anonymous said...

In my case this will be wonderful. I can't believe the amount of time I spend on the internet. The time just flies by.

Now maybe I can begin reading some of the novels I have.

Kate-A said...

Lack of willpower ...eh?

We will eventually pay more for less - and call it enterprise.

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