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26th January 2014, 03:23 AM   |  #1  
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Is there any way to remove the data usage warning? It's annoying and I can't set it above 100 gb

The joy of all you can eat.

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26th January 2014, 03:26 AM   |  #2  
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26th January 2014, 04:28 AM   |  #3  
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MOre than 100Gb a month? damn! - No wonder Three throttled you lol --- just don't set a data limit and it should default back to nothing afaik
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MOre than 100Gb a month? damn! - No wonder Three throttled you lol --- just don't set a data limit and it should default back to nothing afaik

LOL ^^^

Its supposed to be All You Can Eat. It is also 4 times faster than my wifi (Normally)

I think the slow speeds are for 1 of 2 reasons

1) CFW - Maybe wrong settings?

2) I started downloading quite a bit from home yesterday, so I would have been high use on this mast. I normally travel around (Lorry Driver) with Google Play Music on instead of FM. All streamed at HQ

Never had a problem, must have been me mullering it last night that caused it - if thats the case.

Anyways, no option to turn it off, or raise the warning limit, cant "Disable Notifications" either

I know you could turn warnings off on my old S3, must have changed on 4.3 or 4.4
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Three's P+G settings vs Pay Monthly have issues - way to test if you have the right APN settings and I'm deadly serious - head over to a porn website, if it lets you browse and loads fine then you have Pay Monthly settings. If it blocks you then you have Pay and go settings and it'll need changed
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Three's P+G settings vs Pay Monthly have issues - way to test if you have the right APN settings and I'm deadly serious - head over to a porn website, if it lets you browse and loads fine then you have Pay Monthly settings. If it blocks you then you have Pay and go settings and it'll need changed

Oh yeah... that porn site works... lol.

Thank god for incognito mode

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