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+ - Comcast offering home security bundle-> 2

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vaporland
vaporland writes "Bloomberg reports that media giant and MPAA enabler Comcast has begun offering home security bundles with cable or phone service in selected markets. From the article:

The Philadelphia-based company is starting Xfinity Home Security in seven markets for $39.95 a month. It lets users remotely adjust lights and thermostats, watch cameras, and get e-mail or text alerts when doors and windows are opened and closed. Customers can watch live video of their homes on an Xfinity website or with an Apple Inc. iPad application.

If someone hacks my Comcast security system, does their transmission of images from my bedroom count against my monthly 2.5GB quota?"
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