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Comcast has a limit of 300gb per month it will cost you extra if you go over. With the size of next gen games and updates, 300gb isn't enough. Let's not forget the folks who watch Hulu, Netflix, or any other streaming service. As a Time Warner guy I would have just blew the Comcast limit off but Comcast is about to take over Time Warner
my current unlimited beats limited any way you slice it. No matter what package you get you have to worry about paying more if you go over. No good would come to gamers with a cap
So do you have 105Mbps and use over 600GBs a month without any speed hiccups or downtime? Because I get neither and my speed is always there and even when I download movies from their on demand (some are like 15GB) or PS4/Xbox One I still don't even reach 500GB a month.
But I do know that unlimited is better. But I doubt you get the same quality of service and same or better speed unlimited. Could be wrong.
I have Time Warner's 30 Mbps connection and routinely use 2-5 terabytes of data per month.
Good luck doing that on Comcast without getting a $500 "overage" bill.