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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by SteelBender, Feb 7, 2011.
3 Mbps for 30 days (constantly) is under 1TB, so I don't believe there's any way you could ever stream more than that.
Am I reading this correctly? 1,300,000 MB's = 1,300 Gigs = 1.3 Terabytes of downloaded data? I kinda don't believe that.
I know guys, I thought how is this possible!!
I'll snap a pic of my bill tonight, where it show the data useage.
OP, sounds like your reading KB, not MB. If your usage really was a light as you describe, 1.3GB seems more likely.
Wow, that sounds impossibly high.
He probably doesn't even know what KB is so he just said something he's heard before. In any case, 1.3 GB is disgustingly low. That doesn't even reach AT&T's 2GB limit on their $25 plan.
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Well I cant pull up last months bill right now but here are my useages for this cycle which I'm only seven days into and I haven't really used it for 3 of those 7 days
It say "7 of 28 days of cycle.....420.6 MB used of unlimited data"
420.6 mb basically with me only using it 3.5-4 days
Jobson, why don't you just delete your post again and move on! Sorry you don't think everyone is as smart as you think you are.
I'm not thinking I used that much, more so wondering why it showed that much on my bill.
it starts from bits:
8 bits=1 byte
1000 bytes=1 KB
A MB(Megabyte) is a thousand KB(Kilobytes). So:
and 1000MB=1GB (GigaByte)
You got that a little wrong there.
8 bit=1 byte.
1024 bytes = 1BK
You need to add in those extra 24 in at each step because it quickly adds ups. Computers are base 2 and 1024 happens to be the closes power of 2 to 1000.
Unless you're an HDD manufacturer
Besides this is an Apple Forum. SL calculates size according to "new math" 1000GB=1TB
So tell me what this says then.......
My phone is the first line and of that number shown there are approx 1025 texts unlike my my kids who are listed below w 5700 and 2500 texts
It says KB, pretty clearly?
Clearly it says KB as the measurement of your data usage...
Where is a "face hidden in palm of hand" pic when you need one??
My god, do you pay a lot each month!
I've never seen such a small amount of accomplishment go to someone's head.
Please meet Technologically-Impaired Duck
Yes I F'd up
I meant to put KB in my original post I screwed up! Sorry guys I skipped converting kb to mb instead tried to go from KB to GB's???????? Again Sorry!
I am wrong here sorry sorry sorry, brain fart I can admit I'm not worthy....I'll just keep reading!
Yes, I took the pic out of my post, but it's still publicly available at your link location so I'd remove it from there if I were you.
As to your question (edited but I'll answer it anway), 1.3G would be a lot of data to use on your phone alone (although plenty of activities will get you there). It is NOT a lot of data to use when tethering.
Welcome to MacRumor. It looks like this was your first post, and it was an honest mistake. Try not to take the hazing to heart.
Yes. When I used to use iPhone tethering as my primary Internet, I used upwards of 40.0GB a month at the minimum.