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Cox Residential Internet Data Caps all have same 1 TB (1,024 GB) data cap (except Gig if available)

Why does Cox Starter, Essential, Preferred, Premier, and Ultimate have the same 1 TB (1,024 GB) data cap? If you're paying for Premier or Ultimate you're paying for more speed and want a 2 TB (2,048 GB) or greater cap

Also, why are upload speeds so low? They should be at lease 50 down and 20 up, 100 down and 40 up, 150 down and 50 up, 300 down and 75 up. Or just offer a straight 50 up and 50 down speed.

And please let us exceed speeds during periods of low use. For example backing up a hard drive to the cloud overnight should be able to exceed upload speeds subject to network use.