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FFH5
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Tavistock NJ
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Where did $5/GB come from? Can't find anything says that

And where did the claim they will charge $5/GB come from. Links in the BBR story don't lead to anything that says that.

This link lays out the caps, but not any prices for overages:
»ww2.cox.com/aboutus/policies/limitations.cox

Here is an example(San Diego) of the caps on different tiers:
»ww2.cox.com/aboutus/sandiego/pol···ions.cox

Cox says they do not charge for exceeding cap, but can drop you if you keep doing it and don't upgrade to a plan with a higher cap:
»ww2.cox.com/residential/sandiego···00000%7D


tshirt
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said by FFH5:

And where did the claim they will charge $5/GB come from. Links in the BBR story don't lead to anything that says that.

Well it wouldn't be very exciting/inciting if it was just facts would it?
You gotta give Karl a little Artistic freedom in his news stories or they might have the wrong spin.


88615298
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join:2004-07-28
West Tenness

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reply to FFH5
I agree Karl needs to provide a link to the $5 per GB overages. At least at&t charges $10 for 50 GB which is more reasonable. Well except for the fact if you don't use the entire 50 GB. Charging $1 per 5 GB or $5 for 25 GB would be better.


dvd536
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Phoenix, AZ
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reply to FFH5
said by FFH5:

And where did the claim they will charge $5/GB come from. Links in the BBR story don't lead to anything that says that.

This link lays out the caps, but not any prices for overages:
»ww2.cox.com/aboutus/policies/limitations.cox

Here is an example(San Diego) of the caps on different tiers:
»ww2.cox.com/aboutus/sandiego/pol···ions.cox

Cox says they do not charge for exceeding cap, but can drop you if you keep doing it and don't upgrade to a plan with a higher cap:
»ww2.cox.com/residential/sandiego···00000%7D

Well the cox website is known for being at least 6 months out of date.


88615298
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West Tenness
said by dvd536:

Well the cox website is known for being at least 6 months out of date.

Could be but until karl provides a link to where someone said Cox is going to charge $5 per GB I call bullshit.