I live out where where few would dare to dwell. That lad whre wi-fi is non existent. We depend on a Verizon 4GLTE Jetpack to provide our internet. We are thus limited, per agreed contract, to the amount of data we may consume on any given month. Now, when we first set this thing up, we had a 10 gig limit, but we would surf merrily along at 6 to 8 gigs per month. We had, at that time, one desktop computer that would access the internet. Fast forward 8 months later, there are 2 tablet devices, and 2 PS3's in the house. The tablets typically have the wi-fi function turned off. I turn the Jetpack off when I go to bed. We're now on track to burn through 16 Gb/month! I thoroughly tracked our usage yesterday. 2 amazon purchases, and my son paid about 3 bills online. Later on, I browsed online for about 2 1/2 hours. No audio, no video, 2 very small posts here on GT. Grand total for the day: About 1/2 Gig. Wow. Does that sound right? Anybody?