[qi:_newteevee] Comcast’s new 250 GB bandwidth cap is that, as Om points out, is metered without a meter — Comcast doesn’t provide you with a central tally of all your data use. The company instead suggests its customers install bandwidth metering software on their machines and then add up the numbers. Got multiple home machines consuming data every day? Better bust out that spreadsheet — and get ready for some wild guesstimates. After all, you can’t just install a bandwidth metering application on your Slingbox. For a rundown of five innocent-looking devices that could get you in trouble with Comcast, head over to NewTeeVee.
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