New Data Caps
So I have been a cox customer for years now and have always had the ultimate (Highest) tier internet. Before this new enforced data cap came into effect you had soft caps (wasn't enforced) but the caps were proportional to the packages that you had. My ultimate tier had a 4000gb cap. This wasn't always the case though back in the day all the packages had the same 1tb cap, but the cox got smart and made them proportional and bumped mine to 4tb.
Is there any chance you guys will be going back to that style and making them proportional? I see the data caps in my area are all the same weather you have the 300mbps down (ultimate tier) or the 5mbps starter tier, they all have the same 1tb cap.
So that means if I have the starter tier internet to download 1tb at 5mbps I would have to max my bandwidth for a total of 19.8 days (24 hours a day) to reach that cap.
But if I have the ultimate tier 1 tb at 300mbps would just be a measly 7 hours.
Then you go about and justify all this and say, well for 50 more dollars you can have unlimited data (within fair use policies, still not unlimited)
I just don't get it, this just seams like another punch to the stomach to get more money. Internet prices at 100 bucks is already high but then to charge a fee to have unlimited internet for 50 dollars more is just highway robbery.
(Hopefully this gets to the right people to possible make some policy changes within the company)