How Much Is 5 GB & Is It Enough?

How Much Is 5 GB & Is It Enough?
What About 2 GB, 3 GB, 6 GB, 10 GB & Even 12 GB?

When AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile & Verizon say you can use 5 GB (gigabytes) or however much data, it’s like telling someone they can have 75,236 calories for the month.

Huh?

What the heck is that?

If it were daytime minutes then it’s something you’d get right away. Not something that’s super hard to figure out since it’s based on time. That’s something you deal with everyday. On the other hand, who thinks in kb, MB, and GB?

You’ve got a life and time is short. In this article I’ll explain 3 things:

  1. The 5 Types Of Mobile Broadband Users (& How To Figure Out Which One You Are)
  2. How To Figure Out If That Data Plan Will Be Enough
  3. How To Check The Data You’ve Used (& Never Pay Overages To AT&T, Sprint, Verizon or T-Mobile).

 

By figuring that stuff out, you’ll be able to enjoy the freedom of mobile broadband, work from anywhere and anytime. No more piggybacking on unreliable free WiFi, imposing on friends every time you visit, or being stuck without the net.

On the other hand, if you don’t know how much data you use and how to keep track, then you run the risk of paying being like that kid a couple years back that AT&T billed for $19,370.

Ugh.

To help you get to the info that matters to you most, I’ve included some jumplinks below to get to the good stuff:

Depending on whether you’re with AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, or T-Mobile, you may be looking a 2 GB, 3 GB, 5 GB, 6 GB, 10 GB or even 12 GB plan. I’ll cover how to figure out if each of those plans are enough as well.

The 5 Types Of Broadband Users

Which One Are You?

According to a study by Net-pop, there are five segments of broadband users with unique characteristics.

Understanding which one (or two) you are will give you the laser-like focus you need to cut through cut through the sea of selections available. Not figuring it out can easily leave you studying the unnecessary details of plans for hours.

The 5 types are:

  1. The Content King
  2. The Social Clicker
  3. The Online Insider
  4. The Fast Tracker
  5. The Everyday Pro

Content Kings

Chess King

The content king looks to the Web for entertainment.

Seventy-six percent of the group plays games online, and 75 percent of Web site visits are for personal reasons.

Content kings spend an average 2.5 hours online each weekday”.

If you fall into this category, it’s highly likely that mobile broadband speed is not just something ‘nice’. It’s damn near a requirement.

Without it, your entertainment experience suffers greatly. You’d get booted from games while videos would stop and start every 2 seconds for buffering. Hardly entertaining. You’ll need a reliable network, good latency and great speed.

On top of that, you may need a decent amount of data depending on the kind of content you consume. Hulu, YouTube, Pandora, Spotify and the like can be major bandwidth blackholes.

Reading websites? Not so much.

Social Clickers

Social Media

Social clickers, who skew both young and old, use the Internet as a means of communication.

The younger group uses social networking sites, IM, and other messaging tools to socialize, while the older group hinges its Internet use and communications more on e-mail.

Within the group, 78 percent contribute to Internet content or information on a monthly basis. More than half of social clickers’ time (57 percent) is spent on communications. The remainder is spent on news and information (10 percent) and shopping (8 percent)”.

If you can identify with this group, then there’s a good chance you won’t be needing data plans toward the higher end of the spectrum (5 GB plans and up).

Email, IM and social networking don’t use a terrible amount of bandwidth with the exception of HD Video, Skype, Google Hangouts and other video-based communication or consumption.

Online Insiders

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The online insider consumes content across the broader Web.

According to the report this person sees the Internet as ‘a rich personal and cultural phenomenon’. Behavior among online insiders is like that of early adopters.

Eighty-six percent contribute to Internet content or information each month, including posting to blogs, community sites, and chat rooms. The group spends upwards of $130 each month on e-commerce”.

This one’s a toss up of sorts.

If you’re an insider, your experience is custom tailored. The advantage here is that you most likely already have a fix on whether or not your online insider activities would require a bunch data. Depending on your activity, you could be a power user, average user or lightweight user.

Figuring it out shouldn’t be too difficult.

If your online activities include a lot of video or audio, then you’ll most likely fall into the power user category. If it includes light video, audio and mostly text/graphics, then it’s likely that you’re average.

Lastly, if it’s just text/graphics, chances are it’ll be light.

Fast Trackers

Stocks

Fast trackers typically use the Internet to seek out news and information.

Content categories include news, sports, and weather. Fast trackers remain loyal to sources with frequent updates and real-time information.

The group reads news online (77 percent). It also typically looks up maps, directions, and public transportation information (66 percent). Reigner said fast trackers use the Internet to research products but typically buy in stores”.

Fast trackers, like online insiders, could also be power, average or light users.

Again, it depends on how you like to get your information. Mostly video? Then you’re a power user. Light video, audio and some text/graphics? Average. Mostly text/graphics? Light.

Last but not the least we’ve got the everyday pro.

Everyday Pros

Everyday Professional

The everyday pro is characterized by personal productivity and efficiency and looks to the Internet to fulfill those needs.

The group adopts complex tools to simplify life. About 84 percent use online banking, and 68 percent purchase from online retailers.

This group is older in age, and they are very much focused on the Internet as a productivity tool. They like to save money and time, and the Internet is a tool for total efficiency.”

If you’re an everyday pro, you’re most likely an average or light user.

The very nature of productivity requires that you cut all the extra fat. Massive amounts of online media/entertainment = extra fat. If you’re online to ‘get ‘er done’ and get out, then you aren’t sticking around long enough to be a power user anyway.

Even if you do consume video and other ‘bandwidth intensive media’, the length of time simply isn’t long enough (with the exception of running large background downloads).

 

So What Kind Of User Are You?

Chances are you found resonance with multiple categories depending on whether you’d use mobile broadband at work or for recreation.

Perfect.

Keep those scenarios in mind for the next section where you play with the numbers to figure out just exactly how much data you’ll need.

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Just The Right Gigabytes

Estimating Usage With Data Calculators Galore

While each of the 4 major carriers have data calculators do basically the same thing, there are slight differences that make each useful in it’s own way.

To get started with any of the calculators, click the respective carrier. Depending on the provider, you’ll need to select whether you’ll be using a smartphone, tablet, laptop or mobile hotspot.

 

AT&T
Data Calculator
Verizon Data Calculator
AT&T Data Calculator Verizon 4G Data Calculator
AT&T’s Data Calculator has some handy features.

Depending on which device you select, the calculator will update the “Estimated Monthly Usage” section based on the corresponding data plans available for that device.

By clicking on any of the preset amounts, you’ll see examples of what you can do with your selected plan. Alternatively, you can use the sliders to estimate your own usage.

Verizon arguably has the most comprehensive data calculator with selectors for just about every kind of data task you can think up.

Particularly useful are separate sliders for HD video vs. standard definition.

Given the plethora of choices, you’re more likely to get a more accurate accounting of your online activities.

   
Sprint Data Calculator
T-Mobile Data Calculator
Sprint Data Calculator T-Mobile Data Calculator
Out of all carriers, Sprint has the most diverse mobile broadband plan options available.

Unfortunately, their data calculator isn’t as detailed as AT&T or Verizon.

T-Mobile’s data calculator is the least helpful.

While well-meaning, the oversimplification of options won’t give you as accurate an estimate as AT&T, Sprint or Verizon.

   

 

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How To Check Data Usage

With AT&T, Sprint, Verizon or T-Mobile

While estimating your data usage in advance is excellent, you’ll also want to be able to check your data usage before the end of your billing cycle to avoid overage charges.

The last thing you need is throttled or billed at these rates:

How To Check AT&T Data Usage

AT&T Account Login

Check data usage online

Go to the My Wireless Usage page for details on your current usage.

  • Individual plans – Data usage details can be found by selecting the Usage Details link at the top right of the page.
  • FamilyTalk plans – Data usage details can be found by selecting the Usage Details link in the middle of the page.

Check data usage from your wireless phone

  1. Dial *DATA# (*3282#) from your wireless device.
  2. Press the Send key.
  3. A text message detailing your data usage will be sent to your device.

– AT&T Support

How To Check Sprint Data Usage

Sprint Account Login

From your computer

  • Login To Your Sprint Account.
  • Click My Phone & Plan.
  • Click Current Usage.

 

From your Sprint PCS VisionSM Phone

View your usage via the Web:

  • Access Wireless Web from the main menu.
  • Select My Account.
  • Select My Current Usage.

From any Sprint PCS Phone

Call for an automated summary of your usage:

  • Dial *4.
  • Follow the voice prompts.

– Sprint

How To Check Verizon Data Usage

Verizon Account Login

What are all of the ways to check my data usage?

You can dial #DATA + SEND from your handset (airtime free) or login to My Verizon to check your data usage.

– Verizon Support

 

 

 

How To Check T-Mobile Data Usage

T-Mobile Account Login

Check Data Usage via My T-Mobile

  1. Log in to My T-Mobile with your username and password (the customer already has a laptop stick).
  2. Perform one of the following options to check usage:
    • From the home page:
      1. In the top-center of the My T-Mobile home page (after you login), your current usage displays in the My Current Usage box. You can click See all usage in the box for additional details.
      2. In the middle of the My T-Mobile home page, each device on your account appears. You can click Check Usage next to the device you want to view usage for.
    • From the top nav bar:
      1. From the Manage menu, click Billing & Payments to see unbilled usage (for the laptop stick).
      2. From the middle of the Bill Summary page, click the See activity link.
      3. Verify that the Minutes Used page appears with unbilled usage details and a summary.

– T-Mobile Support

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95 Comments

  1. John Smith says:


    I found your site because I had just purchased the Virgin USB recently (I missed the cutoff) and when you drop $50 to $80 bucks on an antenna you expect to be able to use it!

    I am a power user. I will say that MOST PEOPLE are… contrary to the marketing apologists for the carriers who say otherwise. I mean, what is the point of promoting 3G or 4G speed using video in commercials if you can’t actually do it?

    My purpose for mobile broadband is complete cutting of the cord. Broadband replacement.

    1. Privacy- No social security number with order.

    2. Pre-Paid, No Contract, ever.

    3. Low price – $40/mo unlimited use/unthrottled true broadband speeds (like cable modems or at least higher end DSL)

    4. With Cradlepoint or similar USB WAN router, able to create wireless Lan on-the-go, in the car, anywhere on the carrier net.

    5. Watch VOD, Download massive torrents, work files over VPN, large file attachments in email- like we do now using home wi-fi.

    6. VOIP- run skype, or other SIP over the net, so that I never need a minutes plan- completely irrelevent- yes that’s right- I see all telecoms as DUMB PIPES. I am willing to pay $40/mo to move all my high speed traffic over dumb pipes, and I prefer to do it wirelessly, anywhere I am without restriction, anonymously.

    7. Last-but-not-least: STICK IT TO HOMELAND SECURITY, 1 DHS, and CHUCKY SCHUMER. The internet should be free, private, and I should not be cataloged, filed, scanned or tracked by any means, especially my social security number. Anonymous communication is freedom. If we have lost that, then the terrorists have won already.


    • Marc says:


      Hi John,

      It sounds like we have a lot in common. We should grab a cup of coffee or something lol.


    • Michael Wilson says:


      John Smith, 16 Apr 2011
      Is the USB deivice the Virgin Mobile Broadband2Go? (Ovation MC760 by Novatel Wireless)
      Was the cutoff when they raised the price to $50 a month because that seems to be all I see for the monthly fee now?
      Are you happy with the service?
      Thank you for the information.
      Mike


    • Niome Woods says:


      Then you should try Millenicom. They have much better mobile broadband plans than all the other carriers. For a review of Millenicom, try http://www.crimsontrader.biz


    • Alex says:


      Hey my gf and i are RVing and have been looking for a deal like this. When you say virgin you mean virgin mobile. Could you please send a link to this site. Thank you


  2. Mike A. says:


    These caps may be acceptable for most, but some of us in rural America may only have choice between cellular, or satelite with its 200mb per day or 5gb per month. In this case thank you Altell (until absorbed) for their truly unlimited tethering or aircard plans. My typical usage per month (updates, watching podcast, wading through dozens of spams) can be upwards of 20GB per month with updates accounting for 2-4GB on its own. ATT REQUIRES me to change plans if I wish to upgrade any of my devices which they state will cause my bill to go from the normal $300 per month to over $700+ per month. They also state I can use their free WiFi hotspots, but don’t acknowledge the fact that the nearest 1 is 35 miles away to Yankton, SD & then you have 1 location & that is McDonald’s.


  3. Elaine P says:


    I have the MIFI 5 gig from Verizon, I have had it for 2 weeks and have used 0.867 gigs. Is this a lot and am i close to going over? I maily do facebook and play wheel of fortune. Also do I need to disconnect and turn it off when I am not at the computer?
    thanks for your help

    lost in alabama…lol


    • Tim says:


      Elaine apparently failed basic math.


      • Elaine P says:


        Yes, Tim, I did, when it comes to math or gigs or snything related to that…all I can say is DUH!


    • Justine says:


      you still have 4.133 GB so you still have ALOT left


    • Lana U says:


      YES folks, unplug your wireless 3g or 4g when not in use…hackers are busy 24/7 even when we sleep…


  4. Amber says:


    Like Mike, I live in a rural area where the only internet options are satellite and mobile. I have AT&T Mobile, which has the same 5GB/mo cap as many of the other mobile providers do. I seems almost like it’s required by law to set that limit. I’ve had to give up video streaming, voice chat, frequent trips to OCRemix and Newgrounds for music downloads, and playing Flash/Java games. It gets even more challenging to stay under these caps when you have more than one person using the internet.


    • James says:


      I have to 100% agree with amber on this. Either this article is misconstruding what 5 gb is or At&t and Verizon dont know how to calculate data. But since being on At&t’s mifi, I have had to completely cut off the use of youtube, or music downloads, no updates on my computer (not even antivirus protection updates) minimal facebook, and have had to limit ourselves to just the extremely basic web searching. We average about 2 hrs of internet usage/day, but by the end of the month we have racked up anywhere from 6-8gb. Thats a far far stretch from the 4 hrs of interneting (email, skype, and web browsing) and only using 1.2gb as shown in the example. Go figure


    • Mark says:


      The 5GB standard is set by VodaPhone, the provider of all mobile broadband. The various US provicers are actually second parties the consumer being third in the chain.


      • Marc says:


        Hi Mark,

        Can you elaborate on this? Sounds very interesting (especially the Vodaphone part).


  5. Amali says:


    I am going to America for one month during this upcoming summer. I’ll be staying in a dorm and there is no wi-fi so i am planing on purchasing a Mobile Broadband USB Modem to use. I would be using it on a daily use for facebook (1hour) and skype video calls (30min-1hour). Do you have any recommendations as to any particular broadband plans or at least how much bandwidth space I will need for the 30 days?
    Thank you:)


  6. Gary says:


    None of the 5GB limits offer solutions for connect up to monitor security camera’s over the web that are installed at your home in the country. You need to have a constant connection 24/7. Does anyone have any suggestions for this situation.


  7. ASHLEY W. says:


    This website was very useful. Thank you for the information.


  8. Steven M. says:


    Hello,

    I am planning on taking a trip for a few months for work – I use a VPN with softphone for inbound calls. I also have to bounce around to different web pages and enter disposition forms. I am going to order AT&T AT&T USBConnect Shockwave 4G* with the 4G* data plan – I work 40 hours a week. I have been trying to figure out if 5G to 10G would be enough to do that for work only – The rest I will rely on free wi-fi and an unlimited 4g CLEAR device I have already.


  9. Jessica says:


    Thanks for this site. It really cleared up some questions I had about 5GB being enough data monthly.


  10. Mara Alexander says:


    I’ve had Verizons’ 3G MiFi as my only Internet (*waves howdy from rural America*) for the past year. My monthly contracted plan is 3Gb for $35/mo, then $10 per GB thereafter.

    The last time I had Verizon for cell phone service (2002-2006) their network was awesome, but their inaccurate billing practices were why I left. Sadly, nothing has changed in the last 5 years…and I’m looking at alternatives.

    I’m extremely careful (to the point of being anal retentive) about bandwidth usage. No Hulu, no YouTube, no MagicJack/Skype, no updating Windows or programs (I set up Internet at my mom’s house just so I could upgrade there!)…and yet my bandwidth is ALWAYS over. Always. Last month Verizon claims I used 7GB.

    I think their accounting system sucks, I think they’re “phantom charging” me, but I also think that charts like those on this page are deceptive, and nowhere near a real world example.


    • J.D. says:


      I would like to add and response to Mara that that term Phantom charging is a very good way to put it and I up until right now was looking for a term for it and but that is exactly what they’re doing and I just seen proof of it a few minutes ago on my friend’s phone.. I would like to add and response to Mara that that term phantom charging is a very good way to put it and I a pencil right now was looking for a term for it and but that is exactly what they’re doing and I just seen proof of it a few minutes ago on my friends phone.. According to her phone everything is turned off there’s no apps and the cloud is off but yet the cloud is still running in the background using up 6 gigs of data and while talking to Verizon they adamantly refused to a knowledge any of this and would not all for proof and said that she even though using nothing not watching videos or nothing she had used to 21 gigs of data in this one month


  11. britney says:


    I got Verizon’s 5gb mifi and was wondering about how much time it should get?


  12. Linn says:


    OK, so i changed from verizon to US CELLULAR (I know you have never heard of it….smaller carrier in NC) Anyhow, i just got the new Motorola Electrify, fast dual processor, 32 gigs of space.. sweet phone. So i join Netflix and then ask the carrier about the 5GB data plan…Get this, she tells me that 2 movies would eat all of the 5GB up and then it is .25 per meg with a $200 cap!!! WTH???? she basically told me that i couldnt use netflix on my phone…I got rid of WiFi, and home phone, everything is on this neat little “SUPER SMARTPHONE” that i cant even watch a movie on….This doesnt even make sense!


  13. Thomas Fry says:


    I just bought the Virgin Mobile MiFi and they allow for 3g connections up to 2.5gb. The fine print says after that, they throttle you to 256k for the rest of the month. I got it all hooked up and did a bandwidth test and I’m just barely getting 300k down. keeping this in mind I have a wireless printer that connects to the internet, a kindle fire that uses wifi, my laptop, and a Roku that streams Netflix. For 50 bucks a month and unlimited data (even with throttling) you can’t beat it. I’ve been streaming Netflix and surfing the web with no latency at all. Kudos to them, I think they got it figured out !


    • sandi says:


      I will definitely agree that virgin mobile has the best gig deal, fast connection, no-contract, easy-on-the-wallet, Netflix movie viewing, Pandora music listening, Flash-Hentai…lol :) and so much more for $35 bucks a month!! wooooohhhh!! yeah!!
      You do have to pick the right phone to do it all. I got the ZTE AWE; Awe for Awesome!!. only $39.99. F$#k Yeah!!
      It does keep going, the internet connection on 3g,4g, believe it folks.
      I was on a Greyhound bus and watched 4 movies!! two continuously on the road!! and two more at a station. The phone is great!! The plan is great!! Why spend so much for a $600 dollar phone or a pricey contract?
      Now, if you want it all. I suggest the $55 dollar a month plan and pick a better phone that does it all, for example,the $299 HTC desire big screen!!.HDMI hooks up to your big led screen to watch movies and web-browsing just enable Wifi-share;all directly from the HTC, that’s if you have a smart-tv like the Vizio 40″ led for $300+. Forget all the other carriers and save big. A simple plan and a great phone with Wifi-hotspot enabled is best!! You get a lot of bang for the buck!!


  14. Lisa says:


    I telecommute using a VPN – working 8-10 hours a day, 30-40 emails, and internet research. I see Verizon has a 10GB plan… how would I know if that would work for a month?

    I live in a place that only offers DSL and increased bandwidth with 4G would be nice. How would I calculate how much I use?


  15. Adrianne says:


    I have a Walmart Family Mobile account on the TMobile network. I pay Walmart Family Mobile extra for internet access. Right now I have $10.00 on my Internet Card but Walmart is giving all their current customers free “unlimited” internet until Dec 31.

    Well, the last two months on the free “unlimited” internet, T-Mobile has been throttling my speed. Last month, I called Customer Service and told them to just use the $10.00 I have on my account to give me my speed back, because I use my mobile internet for EVERYTHING (including tethering). Walmart Family Mobile told me they couldn’t do that, and I would have to wait until the next billing cycle.

    Well, the next billing cycle started on Dec 10, and I had 3G for about FOUR (4) DAYS, and then I get a text saying I’ve gone over my limit and am being throttled again!

    That upset me because I really tried hard not to download anything unless it was absolutely necessary. Four days???

    Supposedly we had 5G of data, but I find it hard to believe that I used 5G in only 4 days when I downloaded almost nothing.


  16. Terry says:


    I have never gone over on my 4g lte with verizon UNTIL my son came home for Christmas and popped on as well. I think he skyped and such. THEN this month. I rented a room and have no cable service so I thought I would catch up on my one fav. show at least. I watched one tv show. Milled around the site Television Fantastic which I downloaded from the NBC page THEN I watched an old movie on Crackle, also part of the tool bar I downloaded form the NBC page. Today I rec’d a text from Verizon stating that in the first 2 days of my pay period I have used half of my 5 GB already. So is this TV and movie thing killing me? Note. I also was only able to ues the 3g signal as no 4g was coming up.


  17. Joe says:


    Does anyone in the Kentucky area offer truely unlimited? Or are we stuck with 5gb? I want to use mine for work as well as pleasure, So I am sure that I will go through 5 in a week easy? Ideas?


    • Dana says:


      I just purchased the Samsung Galaxy Blaze phone (awesome reviews!!) and the pre-paid $30.00 month plan from T-Mobile. This plan gives you 100 minutes talk and UNLIMITED Text messaging AND WEB. First 5 GB are at 4G, rest that month at 3G. If you need more talk minutes, you can purchase more. However, I also have a Verizon cell phone on a family plan for $10.00/mth that I can fall back on; that plan (for 5 light users) has either 750 or 1000 minutes shared (not sure how many – it is my daughter’s plan.) So – for $40.00 month ($30.00: T-Mobile; $10.00: Verizon) I have UNLIMITED EVERTHING!! Does T-Mobile have coverage in Kentucky? (www.t-mobile.com)


  18. Lisa Peter says:


    I never turn off my computer… how long will it take me to use 5 G? I do not stream video except sometime some youtube clips. I pinterest and facebook a lot. my husband cell phone, my cell phone and our three computers all share the same 5 G verizon plan. will we be sorry for canceling AT and T and just going to verizon? help please.


  19. rex says:


    I think we should file a class action law suit against AT&T since 4g is 3g where I live and I pay for 4g service. At least give us more GB’s.


  20. Kathy says:


    I’m trying to decide if I should go with comcast internet, or activate the hotspot on my smartphone. This would be my primary internet source, and I keep my computer on most of the day. Unless i can get an unlimited plan, i think i may have to now go with comcast, but it seems so stupid. If i have a smartphone with the hotspot capability and i have it with me 24/7, wouldn’t it make sense for that to be my internet source (hotspot)? why can’t sprint offer unlimited data on this, but charge a little less than comcast to give us the incentive to buy it? what are they waiting for? Wireless communication is everywhere. .


    • Marc says:


      It all depends on how much data you use. I ended up going the Comcast route precisely because Sprint ended their unlimited 4g data. I know myself to be a power user and by looking at my usage via Sprint’s tools I saw that I used over 10 GB every month.

      I’d also thought about the hotspot option but decided against it. Most smartphones don’t have awesome battery life as it currently stands. Using it as a hotspot can significantly decrease your battery life. As a Sprint Nexus S 4G owner, I’ve seen my battery continue to discharge while charging (running turn-by-turn navigation and music with the screen turned off). If you’re not worried about your phone dying occasionally on you, then no worries. If it’s your only means of communication for talk and the internet, it may be worth considering having a dedicated mobile broadband device.

      Hope this helps!


      • Judy says:


        I am looking to change from T-Mobile. I use 8GB a months, and that is throttled. The connection drops off after 10 minutes. I have been through this before with T Mobile. I have been working with them for 9 days, they don’t seem to have any technicians that can work without a script, that tells me they are not willing to pay for people who have a good knowledge of how to deal with tech issues. I want to change to someone. I am considering Comcast for the Internet. I will have to take $200 penalty for dropping my broadband with T Mobile but I am not getting any where with them. How much do you pay per month for Comcast, does it work through the TV? I do believe I will use at least 8 GB a month and I don’t do a lot of downloading, I have learned to go to the library for that, save the videos and other downloads. I do take classes on line, that uses a lot. I hope you can give me some idea of what to expect in cost per month. Thank you in advance.


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