Comcast on Wednesday said it would suspend its new fees on heavy home Internet users in more than a dozen Northeastern states, reversing course on a policy that threatened higher bills for some families amid the coronavirus pandemic.



a sign on the side of a building: Comcast has suspended new data charges until July, so consumers will not see any fees until their August bills, according to the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.


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Comcast has suspended new data charges until July, so consumers will not see any fees until their August bills, according to the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

The Philadelphia-based cable giant said it would postpone the new charges after Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) raised concerns that Comcast’s policy threatened to disproportionately harm cash-strapped Americans who

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