Cox Expands Data Caps, Now Charges Overage Fees In 8 States

Cox Communications set its data cap to 1 TB for nearly all customers last October. The exception is for customers paying for higher-speed gigabit service; subscribers to that tier (still limited and in a small footprint) have a 2 TB data cap. At the time, only customers in Cleveland were subject to overage fees. But two weeks later, Cox started charging customers in Florida and Georgia […] That list has since expanded, and now includes customers in all of Arkansas, Connecticut, and Kansas, and well as certain markets in Nebraska (Omaha) and Idaho (Sun Valley). – Kate Cox, Consumerist http://con.st/ccWNAmH
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