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Comcast Launches Broadband Meter

January 12th, 2010 01:18 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

nlawalker writes “Beginning on Tuesday, January 12, Comcast high-speed internet users in Washington state will have access to an online tool that displays their bandwidth usage for the most recent three calendar (not billing) months of usage, including the current month. Washington is the second market to receive access to the tool, following its introduction in Portland. ‘For the fraction of less than 1 percent of our customers who are concerned about exceeding our excessive use threshold, we believe this meter will help them monitor and calibrate their usage,’ said spokesman Steve Kipp. Perhaps those who aren’t using 250GB a month should take it as a challenge.”

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