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Comcast says 99% of subscribers don't even come close.
To those of you who are having trouble accessing your Comcast bandwidth usage meter.
The problem of accurate measurement was not limited to the railroads.
Californian cattle and livestock ranchers faced dishonest hay balers that ginned up the cost of hay by sneaking in heavy debris like rocks and using inaccurate scales to charge higher prices.
After they had me reboot my modem and router, and they reset my modem (Yes, I know that was a waste of time, but it is easier to let them waste that time than to argue with them.), they logged in as me, and ended up creating an issue they sent to the appropriate party.
A few days later the usage meter was right where it should be. So, if you are on Comcast and don't see the usage meter near the top of "Users & Settings" for the primary account, I would recommend contacting Comcast so they can eventually correct that.
Net Forecast is no substitute for utilizing a financially uninvolved third-party to oversee any measurement tool that could expose customers to additional charges. Offices of Weights and Measures represent one of the country’s oldest efforts at consumer protection and trace their origins to the Code of Hammurabi, the Magna Carta and the United States Constitution.
Net Forecast claims it performed independent traffic measurements using real user traffic in subscribers’ homes as well as its own in-house PC and server.Without the most up-to-date version of your browser, you may be more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, such as viruses and ransomware.You also may have problems viewing our latest site features, as Telstra's website does not support outdated browsers. Right now I am streaming NETFLIX through a Wii in Standard DEF. I have Comcast, and have never come close to the cap, I think the highest I hit was ~130, and Roku (particularly Netflix) was on easily 5 hours a day, along with all the regular stuff (uploading and downloading thousands of files a month updating a work website, thousands of emails, etc.) and it's not uncommon to start Pandora, and let it go all day. As for your router - it won't make any difference between what you have now and an 'N' series router, because the N would definately be faster than your internet connection is. Wikipedia says an 802.11g router provides average 22 mb/sec.
The "Users and Settings" page is corrupt, but the direct link still works.