Report: Cox is putting data caps in place - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Report: Cox is putting data caps in place

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Cox is rolling out data for internet users. According to cordcutternews.com Cox put the caps in place for 13 states placing a one terabyte limit on data.

One of the 13 states is Ohio. If a customer goes over the limit, they will be charged $10 for blocks of 50 Gigabytes.

According to telecompetitor.com the average usage in a U.S. household is a 190 gigabytes per month.

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