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  #2258038 14-Jun-2019 10:51
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If he only uses 800MB out of the 1GB, then at recurrence time only 200MB will be moved, so you will have 1.3GB left next month.



If he uses 800MB wont he still have 200MB and therefore 800MB would be moved off "my" plan to take him back up to 1GB?  So I'd have 700MB?



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this is awesome! wanted this for a long time.


 
 
 
 




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Just got the 2degrees Android App update on my Samsung S9+

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  #2258387 14-Jun-2019 18:27
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Got excited about this till I read above prepaid accounts can't share


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  #2258489 14-Jun-2019 19:57
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Got excited about this till I read above prepaid accounts can't share



Time to change to On-account then 😊




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Can I just clarify, that the 'sharee' only uses the shared data after their own data including all of the rolled over data runs out? Example, my daughter is on a $19 prepay pack (1.25GB/mo) and has built up about 6GB (unheard of for a teenager!). If I share up to 500MB/month with her, does this mean that she will not touch it unless the whole 6GB gets used up first?


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Can I just clarify, that the 'sharee' only uses the shared data after their own data including all of the rolled over data runs out? Example, my daughter is on a $19 prepay pack (1.25GB/mo) and has built up about 6GB (unheard of for a teenager!). If I share up to 500MB/month with her, does this mean that she will not touch it unless the whole 6GB gets used up first?

 

Correct - shared data comes out of your "pool" of data only once they've used up theirs. It doesn't roll over on their end, basically just tops up the difference.

 

eg - if you share 5gb and they use 3gb then the next month 3gb gets taken out of your pool putting their data share back up to 5gb - used only once their own data runs out.





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