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Topic # 100887 20-Apr-2012 09:43 Send private message

Not sure if anybody else has noticed but it seems “some” data in my daily breakdown graph, which I know was definitely not Google/Youtube seems to have been classed as free in the graphs.

Anybody else noticed? Or is it just me?

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  Reply # 612291 20-Apr-2012 09:59 Send private message

Take it and run?

I am on an older plan, so cannot add the add-on.
However for over two weeks and across a billing period no matter how hard I hammered the downloads my usage for the day was no more than 100MB. I asked here (didn't ask via official support channels), got no reply and so just went with it.

Seems to have come right now.

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  Reply # 612357 20-Apr-2012 12:58 Send private message

my usage was out for 3 weeks , most days i only used 500MB a day even though i knew i had downloaded a 20GB file for a beta on one day and my free youtube never moved off 2.53 GB. it happens most months but usually for only a couple of days

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