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LV.Net Brings Good News to Binge Watchers

LV.Net Brings Good News to Binge Watchers

For millions of Americans, bing watching from a streaming service means hour after hour of couch time, delivered meals, gallons of popcorn, and a hearty appetite for your favorite show.

Cox recently announced that they will be imposing data caps on their customers.  They claim the majority of their customers will not be affected. “Internet usage doubles every two years” says Cox spokesman Juergen Barbusca (Las Vegas Weekly, Thu, Jul 6, 2017).This means that even if you’re not a heavy internet user, casual internet use may soon push you over the limit.  

We, at LV.Net, think data caps are not fair and will never impose them on our customers.  We do not believe in limiting how much binge-watching you can do. So keep strong, fellow streamers, and know that we will not charge you a penny more for selecting “Next Episode.”


https://lasvegasweekly.com/intersection/2017/jul/06/what-does-coxs-new-data-usage-internet-plan-mean/

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