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reply to moldypickle
Re: So, you can't trust their fine print either So, can you track usage on your router?
I do and I thought they honor that kind of stuff.
It's the only proof you can really get I think.
However, I never went over so I have no idea whether or not they might actually respect the values from your router.
Our router can track data but there's two major problems with the tracking on it. One, if you reset it it resets all the info on the router regarding usage prior to the reset, and two, it tracks ALL data going though it, not just data going to/from the internet. So transferring anything between my computer and my brother's computer, for example, also adds onto the data shown on the router.
Also, the total usage, not just the daily usage, on their meter is always a day behind and doesn't update until all the usage for the previous days get updated as well. For example, from yesterday around this time till today when it just updated, the usage didn't move at all. Now that it shows the full usage for yesterday, it finally updated the summary.