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# 185267 16-Nov-2015 14:41
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Anyone else noticing since early November that they are not getting any traffic registered against *Uncapped night* in their 2degrees account summary (on the web portal)?

I have certain downloads/uploads specifically scheduled to run between 1am and 7am to take advantage of this uncapped period, but since Nov 3rd I have had zero usage recorded against this part of my usage summary. Instead everything is being registered against the *Regular Upload/Download* totals.

For example I have my Crashplan service configured to run from 1am - 7am only, for my container backups which run every Monday morning at 1am and can be quite a few GB. Last night the backups ran as normal but this morning I had a big 5GB spike in my *Regular Upload* total on my 2degrees account summary. Even though checking my Crashplan logs it is clear the only time anything was being uploaded was between 1-7am.

I have tweeted @2degreesmobile asking about this but wanted to see if anyone else had noticed this behaviour recently?

Cheers,
Ben

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  # 1428962 16-Nov-2015 14:50
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Yes, see here



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  # 1428965 16-Nov-2015 14:55
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Damn - thanks Dolsen - I had a quick scan but couldn't see anything related - should have looked a bit hard obviously!

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