COVID-19, remote work is "strongly recommended" by the company I work for. I live in a place where the internet bills/plans are ridiculous. (I am not paid a competitive market salary rate if relevant.) I have chosen a capped internet plan and have been happy with it. I am concerned as my usage has increased and I could be charged if I go over. I can briefly tether to a workphone's data plan but that has a tiny quantity of data (2 gb)
Is it reasonable that I ask my manager/the company to pay for overages (or a temporary upgrade to unlimited, if my ISP would allow that but probably not) while I work remotely?
Edit: I work as a software developer, my company does not pay for my regular travel expenses to and from work under normal circumstances. I have not measured how much data transmission my normal day to day at work takes.
2nd edit: Unexpectedly my ISP has temporarily uncapped and the company has said they will expense overages.