I'm confused. I've only heard of data caps for cell data, never for cable internet. And my internet provider, which is coax cable, is significantly faster than your fiber numbersWe just switched from traditional cable to fiber yesterday.
We had gotten a bill for an extra $420 for going over our data limit by 1500 GB. We would typically only go over 3 or 4 times a year at an additional $20 for the month. It was a lot less than paying for the next level up. No clue what happened this time. One of the 2 days they said we had spikes I had worked a 12 hour day so we weren't using much data, and the other was a day we were out of town, so I'm thinking it was either faulty equipment, or a neighbor or something.
When I was talking to customer service, they couldn't pin it down to anything in particular, but they said we could switch to fiber with stream tv and unlimited data for about $60 less per month. SO we had it installed yesterday. So far, so good. We have 3 separate full service Tivo boxes and our transfer speed jumped from 85 mbs down and 5 up to 200 mbs up/down.
My next challenge is that the 13" tv we have in the kitchen used to be fed from a splitter in the livingroom so we had the same show on in both rooms. The coax splitter doesn't work with HDMI and the TV is old enough not to have an HDMI port on it. I'm checking out an adapter or 2 to see what I get to work before I look for another small tv.
So far so good.
If I'm lucky, yes.By the 3rd adapter you should find one that works.
Don't be confused.