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‎07-01-2017 10:55 AM

Re: Data

For cellular or home internet data?

 

For cell phones, turn on WiFi on your phone when you're at home. 

 

For internet data, every once and a while watch media on a DVD or Bluray instead of streaming. A physical disk here and there will add up over time and cut your data use down!

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Re: Data

I battled the data demon when I was a Verizon customer.  I had to learn more about how it works, what uses large amounts of data, and how it's reported.  How to view usage on devices is helpful.  

Cellular devices have settings to limit or turn off data.

There is lots more to know if you have specific questions

 

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Specifically, I'm using too much technology data. How do I control my technology data use?
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Very good idea! Thank you!
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