Many VOiP providers work at about 80 kbs up to 128 kbs so let's say 100 kbs ( all measurements in bits are in groups of 1,024 ) ....At that rate it is 36 Meg's an hour ......1024 Meg's are in 1 Gig ....and 1024 divided by 36 equals 28.4444 hours per 1 Gig ...... Times 5 hours equals talking for 142.22222 hours a month or 8,533 minutes and 20 seconds per month. VOiP phone or VOICE uses almost nothing in all reality. As far as data goes what uses up the most data is " Downloading Movies and songs " ( Streaming movies actually uses WAY LESS than downloading them, in SD I measure about 100 minutes equals 100 Mb and in HD about 100 minutes is about 350 MB .....however downloading a movie is about 800 Mb and sometimes over an entire 1 Meg up to 1.2 Meg's ) .....most data is due to " computer program and app updates , Movies, Video, picture etc .......Voice and text use nearly nothing.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Depending on the plan that you choose, you get a month or a day of internet access OR until you hit the data limit for your particular plan.
There are 3 Broadband2Go plans: $35 per month, $55 per month, and $5 per day.
• Both the $35 and $55 per month plans will provide Unlimited data for 1 month when you have a 4G/3G Broadband2Go device (U600 or Overdrive Pro)
operating in 4G mode. Data access will continue after you receive 10GB of data but 4G speeds will be reduced to about 2Mbps.
The $5 Daily plan will get you Unlimited data for 24 hours when you have a 4G/3G Broadband2Go device such as the U600 or Overdrive Pro operating at
4G speeds. Your speeds may drop to about 2Mbps when 500MB of data is reached but data access will continue for the rest of your 24 hours.
• When you have a 3G device OR your 4G/3G device is operating at 3G speed then:
- The $35/month plan provides 2GB of data at 3G speeds during your month.
- The $55/month plan provides 5GB of data at 3G speeds during your month.
- The $5/day plan provides 200MB of data at 3G speeds during your day.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago