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Advice For Keeping Nexus 4 Below 200MB Per Month
So I'm using the Nexus 4 as my actual phone for calls and texts and BSing on wifi but I want to move it to the 200MB plan and use the money I save for my Note 2 on the $30 a month T-Mobile prepaid plan. I would keep mobile data off but I'd like to get Google Voice texts without having to have them forwarded to my regular number. What advice can you guys give so that my phone can have mobile data on without it using data on odds and ends while I'm out and about?
I was on a 150MB plan for 2 years. Use the data monitoring or an app like 3g watchdog to set a warning and then disable data before you go over. The phone still works for email sync, gps nav, random internet searches, etc. It's about 6MB/day, so don't do any data intensive stuff without wifi
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