Melissa Shank and her fiancé moved into their apartment in late 2016 and bought a $90-a-month cable and internet package.
Two years later, the couple noticed their bill had spiked to $121. When they complained to their provider, Comcast Corp., they were told their speed had been boosted from 75 megabits per second to 150 Mbps, without their requesting it.
- COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic
- You may be able to spread coronavirus just by breathing, new report finds – Science Magazine
- Female scientists allege discrimination, neglect of research on women at NIH’s child health institute – Science Magazine
- Tribeca, shuttered by coronavirus, revives its VR festival: Smaller, virtual, free
- Friday freebie roundup: HBO, 1Password, PC games, Marvel comics, Cards Against Humanity
- Amazon extends its US returns window to May 31
- Mazda’s 100th anniversary bears tasteful special edition models
- ‘iPhone SE’ launching with 256GB, 4.7-in screen, and red, white and black colors, says report
- The best 2020 iPad deals: Amazon offers $53 off new 12.9-inch Pro