Comcast 300GB Bandwidth Cap

The days of Comcast (CMCSA) customers living high on the hog with unlimited bandwidth are coming to an end. While the company briefly suspended its use of data caps earlier this spring, Ars Technica now reports that Comcast is testing out new bandwidth cap policies in Tuscon, Arizona and Nashville, Tennessee that start at 300GB per month. Ars says Comcast is experimenting with implementing a flat 300GB cap plan in Nashville while offering several plans than range from 300GB to 600GB in Tuscon. Comcast indicated that it intends to run trials of these plans for at least the next few months before it brings them to other markets.