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Topic # 229123 8-Feb-2018 18:20
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Thinking of going for Sparks unlimited mobile plan, with the hot-spot extra, as who doesn't tether from time to time! only concern is, can I monitor the amount of data used by this tether add on? I ask as I do not wish to be caught short whilst out and about. 


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  Reply # 1953784 8-Feb-2018 18:21
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Yes

 

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  Reply # 1953802 8-Feb-2018 19:24
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Yes, this is how it looks in the Spark app:

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  Reply # 1953880 8-Feb-2018 21:11
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How do they work out what's hot-spot data and what's not?


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  Reply # 1953888 8-Feb-2018 21:30
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deadlyllama:

 

How do they work out what's hot-spot data and what's not?

 

 

Maybe by the packet's TTL value?





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  Reply # 1953889 8-Feb-2018 21:32
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Djmixerdomo:

 

deadlyllama:

 

How do they work out what's hot-spot data and what's not?

 

 

Maybe by the packet's TTL value?

 

 

If they're using the same hotspot detector as the Skinny Data Binge, then it doesn't work very well :P


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  Reply # 1953903 8-Feb-2018 21:57
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@corksta I don’t think that is what the OP is referring to, correct me if I’m wrong but is that image not of the 1gb of wifi hotspot data?

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  Reply # 1953906 8-Feb-2018 22:00
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Maybe I am wrong, have to say its ambiguous as though, trying to understand exactly what that means, I didn’t realise there is a 1gb tethering add on also.

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  Reply # 1953910 8-Feb-2018 22:07
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johny99: @corksta I don’t think that is what the OP is referring to, correct me if I’m wrong but is that image not of the 1gb of wifi hotspot data?


That’s a screenshot of the app on my phone. I subscribe to the 1GB/month hotspot option, just haven’t used anything this month.




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