Why is my 3g modem using so much data?
rcook12 2 years ago
I'm using an AT&T usb 3G adapter on my notebook when I leave town on business, and I keep hitting that data limit of 2GB. I hate having to pay extra for additional data since I'm not always on the road, and I already have to pay for internet access at home and on my cellphone, so this is a _3rd_ internet bill. How can I determine what's responsible for all the data usage?
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