Comcast customers in Atlanta to pay $35 a month to get rid of usage caps, report says

Adding to the web of complexity that surrounds Comcast's pay-by-usage Internet service trials, the MSO's Atlanta customers are being charged $35 a month to avoid usage caps, according to DSLReports.

This news comes after it was revealed last month that Comcast broadband users in Florida are being charged $30 to avoid a 300 GB cap. 

Comcast is testing various usage-based pricing plans across markets in the Southeast. You can read about the company's latest pricing wrinkle in this DSLReports story.

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