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Does anyone know how i can check how much of my 2gb monthly data i've used??


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I just went over my 2gb data allowance getting the " you are not subscribed to a cellular data service " so i have to wait till my bill is payed again. is there any way i can find out how much i've been using so i know for next time not to go over it??

btw ; I have a iphone 3gs and my carrier is AT&T And Network is H2O
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Go into Itunes, select the iTunes store and type in data meter

There are loads so pick the one you think will be best

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If you go into your Settings and scroll down to "Phone", then select "AT&T Services", it gives you a list of options to check your bill balance, data usage, etc. Just click on the one for data and they will send you a text message in about 30-60 seconds with how much data you've used and how much is left and when your billing cycle ends. It also shows what #s and symbols to dial if you prefer to access it next time from Phone instead of going into Settings.

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When i try to use the at&t services i either get a error message or the text tells me that this isn't for my account type which i dont understand..
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Try calling #3282. When I do this I get a text with data and text usage. I have Verizon so I'm not if it's only a Verizon thing.
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For AT&T you dial *3282#

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Almost every carrier on earth makes an APP that calculates this for you. Search the app store for the name of your carrier.
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