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How does Cox justify $119/mo for Gigablast + $49/mo for unlimited data? Spectrum Cable offers gigabit with no data cap for $60/mo
Maybe Cox is going broke.
Supply and demand? I assume Cox has no fiber competition in your area.
ATT offers fiber is some locations around me, but not in my neighborhood.
That stinks. I live in RI where they don't enforce the cap but I had to move to a area that offered fiber. It was actually one of the main deciding factor in choosing my new place.
In my area, Century Link offers fiber and no cap for $69, last time I looked. However, you must use their FOM modem/router combo. In the past, when I checked, you couldn't even determine in advance what they would bring out to the house. Customer Service didn't know, and Tech Support wouldn't talk to you without an account. They've improved, but have a ways to go, and getting a drop at my location would be a big issue. In my opinion, Cox is more responsive to outages and issues in our area at this time. By staying with 500 mbps and a 1280 GB plan, we stay around $80 which works well for us. We're using under 800 GB, even with various streaming channels, Teams live meetings with video going much of the day, and so on.