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I have Comcast, no Fios in my area, and with comcast there are plans based on download and upload speeds. The 105 mbps plan is over $100 per month. Is there any way I can unlock my existing 25 down 7 up to a faster plan without paying extra? I know there has to be a way comcast limits your bandwidth, and my question is how can I unlock that if it is possible.

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asked Jul 21 '11 at 18:20

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edited Jul 21 '11 at 18:22


Your best bet is to call Comcast and see if they can offer you any "exclusive" offers! Here in the UK I'm with BT, when I wasn't happy with my broadband I called them up and said I was leaving them for another provider, they then offered me a plan which wasn't usually available to other customers.

It pays to threaten companies sometimes, you could get more than you expect.

answered Jul 21 '11 at 18:24

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Your question is easily read as "How can I break the law?". It is illegal to what you want to. If you want more bandwidth then you pay more. I agree with DazOwen that calling them to get a good deal is a good idea. Follow his ideas.

answered Jul 21 '11 at 18:50

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Agreed with previous two comments.

Also - generally to make that jump you end up having to get a new modem that supports the speeds. good luck finding one for free - either way, be a good customer and pay for what you want.

answered Jul 21 '11 at 19:55

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I actually pay $5 per month for modem and router from Xfinity.

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