Didn't know where else to put this so mods please move if need to. Only found older threads, just looking for more current usage.
This is just a general question to all heavy data users regardless of carrier. I'm just curious because when I called to check on my plan the customer service rep was flippin out and said I'm in the TOP 1 percent of data users.
We have broadband internet connection at our apartment with WiFi. We are three flatmates and some of them do heavy downloading, while others just browse the web. We would like to divide our internet bill in the ratios of our data consumption. Is there a way to know the data-usage by each user?
Verizon Wireless recently got rid of the traditional individual data plan offerings in lieu of their new “Family Share” data plans. The Concept is simple, pick your device and the amount of data you and your family will consume. The plans come with unlimited minutes, text messages and allow the user to have up to ten devices to share the data.
I have never used es file explorer for Dropbox or any other services it provide,it is just there to simply browse files,though recently I gave it super user permissions.
Can anyone explain why it is showing such a heavy data usage.
Hi. My name is Framerate, and I am a heavy data consumer.
*monotone crowd voice* "Hi Framerate."
My home ISP is implementing data caps on me. Data caps that I am in fear of breaking. I'd consider it a reasonable fear considering my data usage from the past couple of months before the cap are more than twice the allotted amount.
Our SOAP web server is running in PHP on Apache on CentOS and makes heavy use of MySQL. There is heavy demand on the server - most requests are very small and involve only two or three MySQL queries, but there are an awful lot of them - potentially a couple of hundred per second at peak times.