This means it will no longer be suspending data caps for internet users.
It's also making its public WiFi hotspots free to all.
The media giant is almost doubling its presence in the metro.
AG Keith Ellison accused Comcast with not being up front about the cost of services.
The decision comes after much scrutiny.
That could be a problem for fans, especially those with Comcast in the Twin Cities.
The company announced four tiers of internet speeds will be increasing.
The company had previous charged $5-a-month for the box.
The comms giant has informed the state of the potential job losses.
The Minnesota Attorney General's office has issued a lawsuit against the cable and internet provider.
Comcast's contract with Big Ten Network and FS1 expires soon.
It won't cost existing customers any extra.
This map shows that the free market argument doesn't work in parts of the state.
The Twin Cities were on the list of places where Xfinity internet went out.