06-27-2012 09:13 PM
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07-03-2012 10:26 AM - edited 07-03-2012 03:30 PM
Welcome to the forums.
Some service providers offer data packages that include a specific amount of data and others charge per kilobyte. For specific information about your data plan it is best to contact your wireless service provider.
Hope this helps. Have a good day.
03-19-2013 04:26 AM
I have a Blackberry Curve 9300 on a Cell C Contract that gives me Free Unlimited Data
|I am Due for an Upgarde & I was looking at Samsung Contract that gives 100MB of data Free|
|I needed to find out if I use more than 100MB Data a month to see if this would be a good option|
|I called Cell C numerous times & they said they cant tell me how much data I use bec my data is Free|
|I went onto - Option , Status , Buyr and it said|
|Data Usage Exceeded 10485764K|
|For what Period is this ?|
|It said Exceeded - so how much more than the 1048576 would it be ?|
|How can I find out how much Data I use Per Month on Average ???|
03-19-2013 06:42 AM
When it comes to questions about data usage and which data packages are best to purchase, contacting your carrier is always the best option because they know their packages better than we do.
Keep in mind when considering a competing brand of smartphone that your BlackBerry uses data compression while the other brands do not. To explain how important this is, for years I've owned BlackBerry phones that used the data compression and I NEVER went over my data limit. I now use the BlackBerry Z10 which does NOT use data compression and I went over my limit the first month I owned it. It looks like I'll be going over my limit each month so that shows you how important this feature is.