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    iPhone Internet usage...?

    Hi,

    when I check the cellular network usage there is a number for sent and received... I currently get 500mb usage a month. Which figure will be using my allowance, the sent or received?

    Thank you and rep for useful help :thumbsup:

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    both i guess

    yeah, add it up.

    Original Poster

    Damnnnn so i've used 33.2 mb in 36 hours!!?? :thinking:

    Original Poster

    Any links or confirmation of this? I'm on my iPhone at the moment so research isn't the quickest...

    Thanks and I will leve rep when I get home this evening

    it's both 100%

    [edit]you wanted proof: "Service(s)" means any or all (as the case may be) of the following services: airtime service enabling you to make or receive calls and to send and receive data by means of the Network, the ability to yadadadadda

    Banned

    I'm payngo 02 unlimted everything for £15 pm


    What you receive via Internet browsing is chargable, that's the mb o data that your are downloading to view.


    Iv sent 124mb

    received 632 mb

    Original Poster

    Rep left for everyone in this thread. Cheers guys :thumbsup:

    sounds like you're on Orange if you have to worry about usage!

    O2 is Unlimited usage so can't really help but as the others say you'll just have to do the maths and allow for time discrepancies through their website and your live use. I'd expect it would be based on both sent and received data, that's how most companies do it.

    T-mobile also have a 500mb limit on the sim only tarrif

    Original Poster

    Yep just rang and confirmed that it is 500mb sent and received.
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