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Old 10-20-2009, 02:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have ATT gophone with 19.99 for 100mb of data, what exactly can I do with this and how much. I was thinking about downloading beejive and using that for AIM (I can't use regular aim because I am using a regular data plan and not the blackberry one), does anyone know how much data it uses?

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The amount of data it "uses" will vary according to your use of the application.

Like your water faucet at home, if you use it full blast all day, lots of water usage.

If you only let it run for say one pot of tea a day, then not much.

So, how much will you be using Beejive, then?
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Well maybe beejive an hour tops once a day. I was also going to use it every now and then for facebook but not more then like 10 minutes a day.
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Then you won't use much.

The clearest answer: it is impossible to predict how much you will use. The best measure is to go a couple of months with what you deem is moderate use and then look at your data usage from your carrier, because what "we" think you will use will never equal what your carrier measures.
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