Princess Leia fights alongside Ewoks in 'Forces of Destiny' - CNET

After beginning a wide expansion of data caps earlier this year, Cox is now putting limits on even more of its internet subscribers. As spotted by Ars Technica, Cox has expanded its 1TB home data limit to Arizona, Louisiana, Nevada, and Oklahoma; the cap was previously in place for customers in Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Virginia. Cox subscribers who use more than 1TB of data in a month will automatically be charged $10 for every additional 50GB that they use up in a month. There are some locations where Cox isn’t charging overage fees yet (gigabit customers, who have a 2TB limit, also appear to be excluded), but it appears to be in place for most states. B... Continue reading…

Princess Leia fights alongside Ewoks in 'Forces of Destiny' - CNET

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