Is it possible that my family of 4 went through a terabyte of data, or is something wrong (hulu running even when the tv is off, or xbox)?
- 1 month ago
Definitely possible, streaming takes up the most I think and downloading video might take up a good bit if you did it alot so cut down on that and you should be good. Also ,depending on the device, you might be able to see what was taking up all the data.
- 2 months ago
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- DCM5150Lv 72 months ago
Definitely possible - I had never looked at our usage until recently. With 3 people in the house and not what I would consider a lot of steaming we use around 250GB a month. A lot of HULU, Netlfix, YouTube, etc and I could easily see reaching 1 TB.
- GregLv 72 months ago
Yes it is possible.
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- 2 months ago
Its not just Hulu that takes up bandwidth. Anything that uses your Internet connection is counted in the total data usage, this may include, but not limited to: computers, phones, tablets updating, updating apps and games, "Smart" devices like Google Home, Ring, etc.
Most ISP provided routers usually have an option where you can see what devices are using your network and how much.
- JayLv 62 months ago
it is definitely possible. throughout my entire life i have used thousands of TBs.
- MetalplanttagLv 72 months ago
If you were using a lot of sound files and video then yes.