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I need to know daily data usage on my account plus the time of that usage. I'm trying to figure out why the sudden jump over recent past months. I had a local technician check my computer and he could't find any virus or reasons for this.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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Could you email us at We can take a look for you
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Download and install Glasswire.  It can show you what programs are using your data and when they used it.
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Bonnie Clark

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I've been wanting this information also. I am gone from my house working 2 weeks out of the month-no one is home. I get home from work around midnight on those weeks (free time is supposed to be 12 - 5) and every month I am bumping if not meeting 100% of my usage?! Doesn't make sense to me. I will install the Glasswire and see if I can figure this out. Thanks for the info.
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Exede Lindsey

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Hi Bonnie, I would be more than happy to review your account to locatewhere your data is being consumed. Please send us your account and contact info Thank you
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Felizita Little

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yall need to have a feature that lets you see how much data each device connected uses. i have guests sometimes and i need to know which devices are using what so i can charge accordingly. my billing cycle just started 2 days ago and somehow i have already used 4 gbs!
also the price to buy more is pretty ridiculous!
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yall need to have a feature that lets you see how much data each device connected uses...
Unfortunately, that's really a function for a router not a modem. No information has been supplied yet on whether the new Exede WIFI modem/router/voice combination device actually provides that capability; however, there are any number of consumer routers that provide it in the form of traffic monitoring features, parental controls, guest access control, etc.