Hello! So we have 2 Incredibles on a family plan and with this chatter of eventual data caps, I just was curious and took a look at our recent data usage on myverizon to see where we stand. I average about 5gb a month while my significant other is around 20gb! I am a moderately heavy web user (although I don't really have anyone to compare to, but I check the internet a lot during the day out of sheer boredom at work) and he by all means is not. Can somebody explain what exactly eats data and how it works? We are mostly just curious and are guessing it's an app. But *what* is doing it? Like does it draw data from the internet or something? Is that app updating or refreshing? The only thing I know about data is like if you refresh a page on the internet, then data is used. I refreshed a website twice and my usage according to 3d watchdog jumped about 1mb. Is that normal? Is it also normal for there to be data usage while your phone is asleep? Anyway, he doesn't have twitter or facebook, and actually only has 20 apps (half of which I have too). Yet his monthly usage is four times mine. Should he just delete each app one by one and check with 3d watchdog to compare stats? The apps he has that I don't are: tv.com (though he says he never watches anything on it) wave blazer lite throttlecopter bbc news storm (live wallpaper) fxcamera sportstap Is there anything else I should be looking for? Any more info I can share that would be helpful? Thanks all!