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I was very confused when I heard in America internet data caps still exist because in the UK and most of Europe data caps were slowly phased out in 2010 and im talking about broadband here not mobile data but I found out you still have caps there as well most things are unlimited. Is this still the case in America or am I just reading outdated infromation? Just Curious thanks.]

 

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Yes, broadband data caps are still a thing. Not universal, but some choose to really cheap out with their plans.

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Just now, Fasauceome said:

Yes, broadband data caps are still a thing. Not universal, but some choose to really cheap out with their plans.

Thanks! I was just curious because its very hard to find them in the UK even on the cheap.

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