If you only use Wi Fi to check email and surf the web (rather than streaming or gaming), then you may be eligible to enroll in Comcast’s Flexible Data Option.This plan credits back each month to customers who use less than 5 GB of data.This will save you money over time, and the savings will grow The ISPs want customers to believe that renting makes sense, because it removes the fear of having to pay for a replacement if something goes wrong.
Comcast sets its limit at 1 terabyte (TB) per month in most states; for context, that means two people could play online games 24 hours per day, for 30 days straight, and still have enough data left over to watch all 629 episodes of use more than 1 TB of data per month — think, multiple people streaming on multiple devices every day — Comcast has a solution.While most of the charges tacked on to the basic price of cable service can't be avoided, customers do have the option of eliminating a significant broadband fee.It is not well publicized that Comcast and Time Warner Cable customers do not have to rent a modem from their Internet service provider.Daniel Kline has no position in any stocks mentioned. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. His latest book, "Worst Ideas Ever," (Skyhorse) can be purchased at bookstores everywhere.If Xfinity by Comcast is the main — or only — cable internet option where you live, then we have good news for you: Comcast is one of the best internet service providers (ISPs) in the U. It offers a wide variety of plans, with download speeds ranging from 15 to 2,000 megabytes per second (Mbps). Comcast is also the most widespread provider, with far-reaching service in 39 states and Washington DC.To top it off, Comcast is ranked among the reliable ISPs. It means you’re a lot more likely to actually receive the internet speeds you pay for.Xfinity takes second place nationwide for its ability to deliver on advertised speeds (scoring just below Optimum).This isn't a phone or another item that is exposed to being dropped or other mishaps.It's a small box that sits in the same place day after day, year after year.The company offers an Unlimited Data Option for an extra per month.However, Comcast recommends signing into your account to monitor your personal data usage before making the upgrade.