We all love to stream a ton of movies and TV shows. Don’t forget about gaming, Facebook, and hundreds of other online services; however, the downside of all of this great online content is the fact that it eats up your data cap quickly.
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With some Internet service providers (ISPs) having caps as low as 150GB a month, it is important to understand what cap you have and if you have an option without a cap.
The following is a list of ISPs that do not have a data cap. (To the best of our ability to find them.)
If you have AT&T Internet, you do have other options to avoid a data cap.
Toast.net and other resellers will give you the same AT&T Internet but with US customer service and no data cap, allowing you to stream all you want.
The following ISPs have high data caps:
Cable America 1TB/monthly
Cox 500GB (some plans)
A Possible Workaround
Many ISPs offer higher plans that are data cap free, so if you use a lot of data and are stuck with a data cap it may be worth asking if your company has a plan without a data cap. It could be a lot less expensive than paying the $10 per every 50GB over your data cap some ISPs are charging.
Do you know an ISP without a data cap or a more friendly/flexible cap? Leave it in the comments so everyone knows about it.
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