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Last month, internet service provider Cox began charging residential customers in Arizona, Louisiana, Nevada, and Oklahoma an extra $10 for every 50 gigabytes of data they use over 1 terabyte in a month, bringing the total number of states it charges caps for to 16. Cox’s moved matched other leaders in the industry aggressively implementing capped service, like its competitors Comcast and AT&T.

BroadbandNow, which is a partially industry-funded search engine for home internet providers, is identifying and releasing data on the ISPs trying to jump on the capped data bandwagon. According to their search of provider websites as of August 7 , approximately 196 of the 2,500 government-identified providers on their list advertise data-limited plans on their websites.

The monthly caps in question vary from as low as 3GB—roughly what Netflix says will be consumed in an hour of HD programming—to as high as 3TB.

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