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I'm on Web n Walk. Its brill. But I'm in month 16 of my 18 month contract and can upgrade in month 17. So I'm beginning to shape up into seeing what contract out there best fits my needs. Checking my T-Mobile account I can easily enough figure out how many texts and how many minutes I am using each month from my bills. However, there is nowhere where I can see how much data I am using.

Other than installing a GPRS monitor on my phone, is there a way I can find these numbers out? Will t-Mob tell me if I call them?

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I'm on Web n Walk. Its brill. But I'm in month 16 of my 18 month contract and can upgrade in month 17. So I'm beginning to shape up into seeing what contract out there best fits my needs. Checking my T-Mobile account I can easily enough figure out how many texts and how many minutes I am using each month from my bills. However, there is nowhere where I can see how much data I am using.

Other than installing a GPRS monitor on my phone, is there a way I can find these numbers out? Will t-Mob tell me if I call them?

Cheers
Blakey



Yea, if you go on unbilled use you can download data use, and also export to csv ;)

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T used to put this on your bill (I was using 4-500Mb / month, but it's probably gone up since then) As it's irrelivent to most users they seem to have dropped it off again. Give them a ring and they should be able to tell you your usage for the past few months.

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