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  1. bladerunner1962

    bladerunner1962 iPF Noob

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    Having bt broadband with a 20gb limit and a couple of months gone over that limit.

    Can anyone give me the following information....
    One hour general surfing using ipad in mb/gb an hour =
    One hour using ipad streaming video from Netflix/love film in mb/gb per hour.
    One hour online gaming using ipad in mb/gb
    One hour online gaming using Xbox (call of duty ).
    One hour online streaming Internet radio using tune in radio via ipad in mb/gb
    Thanks in advance as this could help me find out where am going over my limit .
    Sorry I can't change my Internet provider for a year or so as Iam locked into a contract.
    Best regards bladerunner
     
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    giradman iPad Super Guru

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    Hi Bladerunner - cannot really answer your questions and likely any numbers given may not be applicable to your device and your usage - why not download an app or two that can monitor your iPad's BB usage? Check HERE for some suggestions/ratings - NOW, I only have Wi-Fi on my iPad2 and have not used any of these apps, so hopefully others will 'chime in' w/ experienced comments on this issue - good luck! :)
     
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    bladerunner1962 iPF Noob

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    Thanks for the advice but I use a Xbox .internet radio and PC so wanted general use in mb for each
     
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    DefBref iPad Junkie

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    BT themselves will let you upgrade your current contract to unlimited: Upgrade your BT Broadband | MyBT Broadband
     

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