I just have to ask this question since one could be screwed (deceived) by technology. Looking at the image, it clearly shows: - Solid dots signifies the "strength" of my connection to my home WiFi network system. - "GCI" means my internet provider. - The wireless icon (looks like a fan) tells me I am connected to the WiFi which does not really tell me I am connected to the internet. The situation was, today, I realized I have reached my montly data quota by me ISP. Everytime I leave home, the wireless icon switches to "LTE" which tells me I am not using my paid cellular data. As soon as I get back home, the icon switches back to the wireless icon (like a fan) which shows I am back to my home wireless network and not the internet, in which case, I was using up my celluar data instead of my internet data (which I don't have a limit). The cellular data gets penalized with $15 per 1GB that is added to your bill. On, on this note. Since the wireless icon does not really say if I am back on the internet, would be a way, a setting, an app, or differnet icon I can just look at so I can be sure I am connected to the internet (and not just the wireless network). The only way to find out would be to log into the router app, to check if my phone is using the home internet data than the cellular data; which will be very tideous. Hope I am clear enough. If you need more clarification, please let me know. Thanks in advance.