Comcast’s 2-gigabit service will cost $300 plus $1,000 for installation and activation

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A premium Xbox 360 costs about $250. An Xbox One, about $350. And with Comcast’s new 2-gigabit Internet services, you’ll be paying right in the middle. Every month.

Comcast will charge $299.95 per month for its 2Gb symmetrical service (2 Gb/s down, 2 Gb/s up) on its Web page, following a rollout earlier this year that neglected to note what Comcast would charge you for the service. As of today, the service is available in the San Francisco Bay Area and other parts of California, plus Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Miami and nearby areas. 

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