These pay per megabyte Internet providers are not going away. Welcome to the fray Comcast, On Oct. 1, the cable company will allow 250 gigabytes of traffic per month. Customers who go over the limit will be contacted by the company. They have also mentioned in the past, that it might charge users $15 for every 10 gigabytes they go over. Comcast said the average usage of its customers, which is 2 to 3 gigabytes. This is now becoming real as we reported repeatedly on this blog. So welcome Comcast to the other providers who claim there is a broadband usage problem. The other whining ISP’s are Cox Communications, Time Warner, and Frontier Communications. The second largest provider has kicked open the door and thrown down the gauntlet, where all others will follow.