All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Broadband Usage’

Comcast Begins Capping Data in the U.S.

Comcast has begun testing data caps on its internet service in the U.S. Ars Technica points out that Comcast implemented a 300GB per month data cap in Nashville, Tennessee on August 1st, and will begin capping customers in Tucson, Arizona on October 1st. Tucson customers will have the option to sign up for either 300GB or 600GB of data per …

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Rural Broadband Gap Closing

Rural America is closing the gap in broadband usage. Two years ago, only nine percent of rural homes had high-speed Internet, compared to 22 percent of urban and suburban America. At the end of 2005, broadband Internet had made its way into 24 percent of rural homes, compared to 39 percent closer to the city.

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