Gilgamesh wrote:^ What he said, Also Roku is probably not particularly interested in opening up the can of worms that comes with having a box that allows access to the whole web and displays the sites on the TV.
The biggies like CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and Hulu do everything they can to keep Roku like devices from directly displaying their full content on a TV.
lame.... https://customer.comcast.com/Pages/HelpNFC.aspx?print=false&id=aup-litei did notice ever since ive used my Roku my comcast Internet bandwith has been blowing past the 250GB PER Month
i have been using like 500GB + per month using my computer and roku streaming.... WTF should i do???
Updated Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
It's no secret we've been evaluating a specific monthly data usage or bandwidth threshold for our Comcast High-Speed Internet residential customers for some time. Rumors circulated online last year and they popped up again in May.
In January, we added new frequently asked questions about what we consider acceptable use of our service to our online Help site customer.comcast.com and Security Channel page http://www.comcast.net/security
We've listened to feedback from our customers who asked that we provide a specific threshold for data usage and this would help them understand the amount of usage that would qualify as excessive. On October 1, 2008, we amended our Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) available at http://www.comcast.net/terms/use/
to establish a specific monthly data usage threshold of 250 GB/month per account for all residential customershere is a screenshot in my account under
USERS & Settings
also seems like they will terminate my service from what i read:http://www.comcast.com/corporate/custom ... irect=true