A recent survey of American smart phone users found that the average smart phone uses 1.8 GB of mobile data monthly. In addition to that, the average smart phone uses between 6.8 and 8.9 GB of Wi-Fi data each month. That means we are consuming about 20 MB during every hour that we are awake. Wasteful data usage on your Android smartphone may not be of much concern for cellular users with unlimited data plans. The same cannot be said of users of Inmarsat IsatHub or Inmarsat BGAN satellite terminals which pay by the megabyte for their data traffic. Fortunately, simple changes to the configuration of your Android smart phone or tablet can reduce its data consumption dramatically. This blog article provides some practical advice.
Posted by Outfitter Satellite on 2/16/2016 to Beginners