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Standard User PaulKirby
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 17-Feb-16 10:17:20
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Re: Measuring Infinity 1 bandwidth usage


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In reply to a post by gomezz:
Where do you see the stats? I can't find owt on my HH3?
Not too sure about the HH3 but on the HH4 its [Advanced Settings]->[Broadband]->[Internet].

You should see something like the following:
Connection time: 0 days, 19:41:55
Data Transmitted/Received: 506.3 MB / 11.3 GB
Broadband username: [email protected]
Password: Not configured
But like I said it might be different for the HH3.

Paul
Standard User BuckleZ
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 17-Feb-16 10:39:34
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Re: Measuring Infinity 1 bandwidth usage


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You an always call up and find out the usage if you really want to.

Standard User gomezz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 17-Feb-16 11:13:03
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Re: Measuring Infinity 1 bandwidth usage


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Found it now. Looks like I had a spontaneous reconnect a couple of days ago so now showing roughly 3GB for two days.

As long as I am using over half of what a 40GB cap would allow then I am content to stay unlimited.

Edit: Of course some of that is non-chargeable Youview use so still not seeing the true picture.

BT Infinity 1 (unlimited)

Edited by gomezz (Wed 17-Feb-16 11:14:44)


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Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 17-Feb-16 12:18:37
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Re: Measuring Infinity 1 bandwidth usage


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As long as I am using over half of what a 40GB cap would allow then I am content to stay unlimited.

I like how Sky handle their cap. They allow you to go over the cap once in a 6 month period. If you go over twice in a 6 month period they automatically move you to unlimited, so it's a risk free "try it and see".

Not sure what BT do, but I have a feeling they start applying per GB charges as soon as the cap is breached, which could be a very expensive first bill.

Oliver.
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