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What does internet usage mean?

Internet $78.81

 

FastAccess® DSL Xtreme 6.0$2.97
FastAccess® DSL Xtreme 6.0$45.84
Internet Usage$30.00

 

What is the internet usage for?

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Hello @Kahless 

 

Do you see how much data you've used on your bill? Your plan includes 150GB of data, every 50GB over that are $10, so your usage is most likely anywhere from 250GB to 300GB for the billing cycle, based on $30 usage charge.

 

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Thank you,

Dmitriy


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Hello @Kahless 

 

Do you see how much data you've used on your bill? Your plan includes 150GB of data, every 50GB over that are $10, so your usage is most likely anywhere from 250GB to 300GB for the billing cycle, based on $30 usage charge.

 

Lear more about it here.

 

Thank you,

Dmitriy


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