Comcast bumps up data cap in Nashville

On the heels of yesterday’s Google Fiber rollout, today Comcast announced that it will bump up the Internet data cap from 300 GB to 1 TB (1000 GB) for its Nashville customers.  (This is also happening for all the other cities where Comcast instituted the data cap.)

Google Fiber’s service does not currently have a data cap.

The change won’t affect many customers, Comcast says, as most customers use around 60 GB per month.  Nashvillian Eric Snyder uses a little more than normal, it seems, so he’s pretty happy about the change:

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