Spectrum does not enforce any data caps . When the FCC approved the merger of Charter, Time Warner Cable and Bright House into the single brand of Spectrum, it ruled that the new provider couldn't charge overages or impose data caps for at least seven years. Although it may not last forever, that's great news for consumers now.What are data caps in Internet?
A data cap is the maximum amount of internet you're allowed to use per month . It's also commonly referred to by internet providers as "data usage," "data limit," "usage allowance," or "fair use policy." Everything you do on the internet uses data.