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#116058 17-Apr-2013 03:16
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OK my nightshift is often mostly a custodial role 3 nights a week where I just have to check the place out. So my bosses are cool with me bringing in the laptop, a least I'm not sleeping right?

I'm wondering how many gigs and what sort of mobile broadband package I would need to play World of Tanks for 3 nights a week?

I would be doing nothing else, no youtube, movies etc. Just online gaming and just WOT's at present, I would probalby be playing a max 6 hours a night certainly no more and only 2-3 nights a week..

So no steam also and I would update anything from home via my home broadband package.

Mods if you feel this would be better placed in the gaming section feel free to move. I'm new here.

looking forward to replies.

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  #800643 17-Apr-2013 06:43

It depends how long would you play for. Its hard to say as the I don't play that game. But example if you played for 2 hours you might need 300MB. You would need to check it. You would need like a usage monitor and see whats it at and play the game and then see what the difference is.


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  #800679 17-Apr-2013 08:34
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Getting paid to game. Some have got it good!


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  #800696 17-Apr-2013 08:56
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Depending on what sort of connection/reception you get as well, latency could be a sod.

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