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  #2586160 16-Oct-2020 09:12
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I'm on unlimited and I don't even think my ISP (Vodafone) has anywhere where I can see what my usage is.

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  #2586168 16-Oct-2020 09:23
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I'm on unlimited and I don't even think my ISP (Vodafone) has anywhere where I can see what my usage is.


Slingshot has a handy app. I use it only for the sake of posting on Geekzone threads like this. 

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  #2586329 16-Oct-2020 15:32
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Personally I wish electricity was flat rate so I could run the air conditioner 24/7 to keep the house cool during summer but have a fan heater under my desk to keep my feet warm since I don't like wearing socks.



If my heatpump could convert the heat already in the house into electricity and export it to the grid I would run that 24/7 along with my 8 bay foot warmer. ;)

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  #2587411 19-Oct-2020 09:53
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Averaging around 3TBpm at the moment, and a surprisingly large portion of that is not from all the Linux ISOs.


Three people in a house, all running multiple gaming devices. Streaming, updates, and game installs are legitimately using well over 1TBpm.


Then there's the ISOs, and the server sharing those ISO with friends, and the offsite backups of all said ISOs. My peak was 20TB in a month when I first set up replication from my NAS.

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  #2587418 19-Oct-2020 10:05
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Like my avatar cousin @murraym , I'm on unlimited with Vodafone and have no idea how much I am using.


I suspect it's not much compared to some of you here.

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