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Topic # 160075 22-Dec-2014 17:15
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How much data per hour does iheart or Pandora use ?

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  Reply # 1202230 22-Dec-2014 17:19
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To much to stream in the car on 4g. Not enough to worry about on the home connection.




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  Reply # 1202235 22-Dec-2014 17:27
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At the holiday home will be using phone data

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  Reply # 1202238 22-Dec-2014 17:31
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Listening to Pandora for an hour a day for a month will use about 1.76GB of data.

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  Reply # 1202243 22-Dec-2014 17:43
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Here's some approximate numbers for different stream quality. These are just basic calculations (and I could have messed up).

32kb/s = 14MB/hr = 1GB in 72 Hours
64kb/s = 28MB/hr = 1GB in 36 Hours
96kb/s = 42MB/hr = 1GB in 24 Hours
128kb/s = 56MB/hr = 1GB in 18 Hours
192kb/s = 84MB/hr = 1GB in 12 Hours
256kb/s = 112MB/hr = 1GB in 9 Hours
320kb/s = 140MB/hr = 1GB in 7 Hours




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