Comcast begs Atlanta customers not to switch to Google Fiber
Comcast’s mailing touts “The fastest in-home Wi-Fi,” “9X more FREE TV shows and movies On Demand,” “DVR recordings to go,” and the “X1 voice remote” as features that Google Fiber doesn’t offer. Notably absent from the Comcast/Google Fiber comparison are prices and data caps. Google Fiber offers gigabit downloads and uploads for $70 a month, without any monthly data caps. “Basic Internet” of 100Mbps costs $50 for Google customers in Atlanta. […] Comcast does provide a 2Gbps fiber service in Atlanta, but the standard price is $300 a month with $1,000 in startup fees (and no data cap). – Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica
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