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How can I use over half a gig of data when I'm not even in the state and my computer is turned off???
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Kemp Richardson

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Old Labs (VS1-329-L12FZ)

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Try using the newly available My eSVT tool detailed in the following post:

It provide some data usage history and may provide some insight...
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Tammy Tollefson

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The tools at are nice, but the graph only shows that there is data being used, but NOT HOW MUCH.  It only shows a bar chart indicating "Data Consumed".  Some bars are tall and others are not.  Well, duh.  I can't tell if it's 1gb or 15 in any given day or hour.  There's no way to tell how much data is represented by a bar.  Genius!  <sigh>
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If you want better definition on data usage, Glass Wire is a great free app that you can install Windows computers. It not only give you usage by time, but also what actually used the data.
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Unintentionally sharing your router with a "neighbor", something other than your computer (DirecTV, BluRay, Smart TV, tablet, smart phone, etc.), latent data reporting from your modem....  Just to name a few ways that this can happen.
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Exede Lindsey

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Hello Kemp, please send us your account and contact information to and we can review your account to further assist with data consumption information by daily traffic categories. Thank you 

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