Comcast internet customers can now get a free Internet connection through their cable provider’s Internet Essentials plan, according to the company.
The new service will come to select Comcast services starting on October 1.
This is a big win for customers, who have been complaining about cable providers offering unlimited broadband for years.
Comcast’s new service is available through select Comcast-branded Internet Essential plans, including Comcast’s Internet TV package, Comcast’s Family TV package and Comcast’s Digital Entertainment package.
Comcast has been offering Internet Essenses since 2015.
Customers can also get an unlimited data package, which is similar to what Comcast offers to its broadband customers.
Comcast said it is also rolling out its new Internet Essense service to select residential customers.
This new service means that Comcast customers can use the internet as often as they want, without having to worry about whether they have enough bandwidth.
Comcast announced earlier this year that it was rolling out new Internet packages for residential and business customers.
Internet Essences offer a wide range of Internet service options, from unlimited internet to a basic broadband plan, with speeds up to 1 gigabit per second.
Comcast will offer the new service at participating Internet service providers beginning on October 7.
The service is priced at $79.99 per month.
Comcast plans to offer Internet Essence to customers who pay monthly, but they can also upgrade to an Internet plan for $99 per year, Comcast said.
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