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Baltimore councilmen request price gouging investigation into Comcast internet data cap; grace period extended to August

January 28, 2021

Three Baltimore City councilmen and the Baltimore Digital Equity Coalition are requesting a price gouging investigation into Comcast’s new data cap on Xfinity internet customers in Maryland and elsewhere across the country. In a letter to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, Councilmen Ryan Dorsey, Zeke Cohen and Kristerfer Burnett said the plan to charge customers without unlimited plans up to $100 a month for data over 1.2 terabytes will exacerbate a lack of internet access in low-income households.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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