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:
Got my data-use warning while watching the Preds game last night. Can't compete w/ Google Fiber w/ cap in place. https://t.co/9Ntjzo1ITs
— Eric Snyder (@NSHBIZSnyder) April 28, 2016