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Master Geek
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Topic # 113375 15-Jan-2013 12:51
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Hi

I'm currently subscribed to the $19 combo pack which gives me 500mb of data and renews every 30 days.

Since this isn't enough data, I want to add on the 3GB data pack which is valid for 90 days.

Ideally this would work out to be 1.5GB per month, but this would only happen if the 500mb from the combo pack is used up first (or more precisely, whichever meter is due to expire first at any given time).

Has anyone had any experience with how data usage is allocated?

Thanks!

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 745209 15-Jan-2013 16:40
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Whichever data expires the soonest is used first as far as I have seen. I'm on the $19 plan with 3gb data add on since December.

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  Reply # 745218 15-Jan-2013 17:08
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The data that is due to expire first will be used up first.



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  Reply # 745286 15-Jan-2013 19:45
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Very helpful, thanks for your replies!

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