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Topic # 128979 30-Aug-2013 12:48
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I use TUC to keep track and it said I'd used about 40 odd GB this morning , now big fat zero!! Logged onto Vodafone and looks the same - Zero!!

Looks like I will be downloading a whole lot of ISO's this month!!!! (-:

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  Reply # 887033 30-Aug-2013 12:59
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There's a small issue with the display of that info at the moment, our team is working on it and it should be corrected soon. If you look at the daily usage instead that will be more comprehensive (click on "How you're tracking", then "View Usage details").

Thanks for the heads up.

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  Reply # 887035 30-Aug-2013 13:00
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no such luck here, 97% used and I have 2 weeks to go :-(

Looks like another month of high overage charges for me. Hurry up and get my new connection in Snap!

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  Reply # 887038 30-Aug-2013 13:02
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when i was on vodafone, would notice it zero out occasionally... few hours later it tends to reset back to where it was..

might not get as many of thoses linux distros down as you think ;)

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