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Comcast rolls out 1TB cap to more markets, hit with $2.3 million FCC fine for unauthorized equipment charges

Comcast is enforcing its 1TB data cap in 38 markets beginning on November 1, even as the FCC fines it for piling charges and equipment on customers that they never ordered.
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