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Topic # 106755 31-Jul-2012 11:36
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I notice on the snap usage meter page that its showing two different total values,

Is there a reason that the values are different?


From the main usage page:


If I click the text for a breakdown, I get:





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  Reply # 664472 31-Jul-2012 11:52
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The breakdown includes zero rated data? (youtube if you have it, steam, etc?)



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  Reply # 664529 31-Jul-2012 12:59
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Haven't got the unlimited Youtube active at the moment
Also haven't used Steam or iSky (unsure what else is zero rated)


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 664889 31-Jul-2012 20:03
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Interesting, would be good to know then; On my breakdown it matches pretty close to what I've downloaded from steam. Would be nice to know what else is currently zero rated. According to this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=100104

It was:


Sky - www.isky.co.nz,
Steam - when using Snap's Steam content server (Please note, this is controlled by steam and it chooses which content server to download from)
Quickflix - www.quickflix.co.nz (coming soon)
Google - (with our "All you can eat add-on") 
Youtube - (with our "All you can eat add-on")
tvnzondemand (www.tvnzondemand.co.nz) - Not this one any more

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  Reply # 666250 2-Aug-2012 14:33
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Have asked before myself, and never got a reply.

I just use the first page as the value to look at, seems to be the one that the % is applied on and thus the cap.

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