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Topic # 26712 1-Oct-2008 11:14
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For the first time I'm going to use mobile data for the whole day, today.

Since 8am this morning all I've done is visit the Kiwibank main (not mobile) page (I had some error on the phone and was testing if ANY site was able to be loaded), and the m.trademe.co.nz

I haven't visited any other websites and I presume that the mainly text m.trademe site doesn't use a lot.

I loaded the "Stocks" and "Weather" applications once each, and the rest of the time I only used my Yahoo and Gmail (checking only, not sending).

It's 11am and I've already used 2.5Mb???

What's going on here?

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  Reply # 168292 1-Oct-2008 12:06
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You dont have any other applications on the IPhone checking for updates etc ?




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  Reply # 168299 1-Oct-2008 12:20
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Hi I'm using 1.1.4 and have very few apps installed:

Installer
BossPrefs
BootNeuter

And that's about all really.

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  Reply # 168308 1-Oct-2008 12:58
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Even if you extrapolate that to 10mb a day, 300mb a month, you're still barely over the lowest 250mb data cap. Still, for your peace of mind I would delete each application in turn and see which ones the culprit.

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