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Well after tromping through the link Jay posted I was able to find the AT&T bandwidth meter but it doesn't work for now. They could have made it a little easier and how in the world Jay found it, I have no clue.
Too often those toys come "Batteries not included"Registered Linux user #526930
I can't find the link that I'm pulling this from, but I read on AT&T's site that if the meter doesn't give you a reading, then you're nowhere near your monthly usage cap, and that if you do get a reading, that the measurement is typically 2-3 days behind.
I'm thinking that there has got to be a way to see what your usage is, so calling your ISP is probly gonna be the best bet.
See what types of tools they might be using.
FWIW, Comcast customers should take note of that, because they use similar software to measure bandwidth usage.
Seems every ISP is playing the cap game.
My ISP first stated there were no caps. Then they said it was 50 GB's per month. Then they changed it to 50 GB's per month during peak hours (5 pm - 1 am) and unlimited for off peak.
They then changed it again to 250 GB's per month total.
Started sending bills for $1 per GB for being over the limit although they never notified the customers about the changes.
Many customers are fighting those charges.
But they do offer and easy way to check your bandwidth and it is always up to date. On their home page you click on support then gateway usage.
If companies are going to start capping bandwidth they need to make it easy for the customer to know how much they have used and have an accurate account of that usage.
Without that they will have a hard time defending a dispute of an overage bill.
I must say that 250 GB's a month is a lot of bandwidth to use and I have never come anywhere near it.
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Really a useful information !!!!