cox data cap

Cox charging for data over 1TB

Cox Data Cap

We all have been waiting for the “Cox Data Cap”. Cox cable has been letting their user’s know for a while how much data they are using but told them they were not charging extra.Cox will now start charging for data if you go over your 1tb(1,024 GB) data plan. To some this may not be a problem, but to others it is a hit right in the wallet. They will automatically provide additional 50 GB blocks of data for $10 each .

What Can You Do With 1TB(1,024 GB)?

So you may be asking, what exacting can I do in a month with 1 TERABYTE of data? Well we all know people love HD movies, you can watch 140 two hour HD movies or even watch 300 half-hour standard definition tv shows. Don’t watch that much movies? you can surf the web for 3,000 hours! Everyone loves music and with 1tb of data you could listen to 30,000 songs that are 4-minutes long each. To see what else you can do and learn more visit What can I do with 1TB of data.

What States Does It Affect?

If you live in one of the state listed below, make sure to watch your data as to not go over your limit.

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Las Vegas
  • Louisiana
  • Oklahoma
  • Omaha, NE
  • Sun Valley, ID

Grace Period Information

To help out some of the customers in Arizona, Louisiana, Las Vegas, and Oklahoma areas, they are providing a grace period of TWO CONSECUTIVE BILL CYCLES. That equals to roughly 60 days before the new blocks of data will be charged for.

  • Starts July 6, 2017
  • You can log in to see how much data you are using
  • October 8, 2017

If you are looking to sign up for cox. Please visit our page at Sign up for Cox