is giving some of its customers a break on data caps for home-internet use.
Comcast was one of several companies that paused caps on data usage at the beginning of the pandemic. But at the start of this year, Comcast reintroduced a data cap on its home-internet service that limited households to 1.2 terabytes of data per month, with one terabyte being equal to 1,000 gigabytes. Those who exceed the cap are charged $10 for every 50 gigabytes of excess data, up to $100 per month.
But now, following an agreement with the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office, the implementation of this cap will be put on hold for…