The most common data caps on a lot of devices are around 10GB.
Google, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon all have a cap at 5GB or less.
Most other providers limit the amount of data they can put in use, and some even have data caps in place that range from 3GB to 5GB.
These caps are usually a bit more restrictive than the ones we see in the US.
In the US, the average cap is a whopping 50GB.
In the US this year, AT&T is reportedly going to start offering an unlimited data plan, which will likely be a $100 per month offer.
AT&, however, says the price is $0.50 a month.
The $0,500 per month plan might seem a bit steep, but it’s still pretty good.