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2/14/2018

3 Tips Save 4G Data Quota on your Smartphone

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3 Tips Save 4GB Data Quota on your Smartphone

Internet and data quota is now an important requirement for smartphone users. Each operator now offers a 4G internet network that has faster connectivity than 3G networks.

However, fast internet connectivity makes users often too comfortable in the internet, consequently the 4G data quota was so quickly exhausted.

So what should be done so that the use of 4G data quota in smartphones is more efficient? Here are some tips.

1. Restricting Data Packages

One of the things that can be done to save data packets is to restrict data packets. By applying a quota limit per day, users will receive a warning if the data quota has exceeded the specified limit. For you to spend 2GB per day, you can set it to 1GB per day, or whatever you want.

2. Minimize Use of Chat Applications

Who does not use chat application on smartphone? Everyone must have. Moreover, users in Indonesia is using more than one chat application. Although only used to chat with each other or communicate, chat application was eating data quota in large quantities you know.

To conserve data packets, we recommend that you do not install too many chat apps on your smartphone. This is because the data quota will continue to drain when the chat application is active or running in the background.

3. Wear WiFi

Do you often watch streaming videos, listen to streaming music, or spend time in Instagram using data quota? If so, most likely these things that make the data quota on your smartphone quickly run out.

To save data quota, you can choose to use WiFi network while opening streaming applications.

Another way you can do is to download the content and watch it later. If this is done, of course your data quota so much more efficient than before.
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