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Comcast’s 1TB data caps rolling out nationwide

Most internet users will probably not be affected by Comcast’s decision to roll out its data caps to more markets. But those people who consume a lot of media of the high-definition streaming variety and console games may find ways to surpass that 1TB monthly cap. DON’T MISS: After buying 9 Android smartphones in a row, this Android fan switched to the iPhone 7 It sounds like a lot of monthly traffic, and for the average user, it probably is.
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