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I was wondering if you use an app on your iphone in a non wifi area does it count towards your data usage plan (verizon). I downloaded the app with wifi.

My guess is yes but I wanted to see what you guys know.
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I was wondering if you use an app on your iphone in a non wifi area does it count towards your data usage plan (verizon). I downloaded the app with wifi.
If you only have connectivity through Verizon's data service, and the app is USING the service, then yes it will count. Simply using an app that doesn't require connectivity will have no impact.


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