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Ashok Varma

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1. Around 100 to 200 MB per day on BSNL mobile data during outside, around 15 GB per day (for Mi box + laptop + 3 mobiles) at home broadband and wifi facility at office.

2. Rs.699/- BSNL with 500 MB daily data with UL calling for 180 days.

3. I have Airtel fiber with 40 mbps at home.

4. Media on wifi only.
 

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1) 1.4 GB/day mobile data.
2) jio 555 Rs plan( now 666 Rs).
3) yes,i have Alliance Broadband connection.
4) Never used low data pack.


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I am not a huge data user. I never watch OTT (but subscribed to prime, D+HS, Vi-ZEE5 to be used by my family members) and not interested in cricket as well. The max I use to watch is YouTube (in all devices). Thanks to OnyTech I came to know ad free YT and my whole family is enjoying it (MI box TV).
1. On average how much mobile data do you consume per day?
1. Around 300 to 350 MB per day totally in all numbers. Mostly on secondary number Jio, due to good 100+Mbps speed.
2. In Fiber BB, 20 to 30GB per day, thanks to OTT usage by my family members.
2. What's your active plan?
1. Airtel - Rs299 = 30GB per month + 200GB accumulated. (Postpaid)
2. Jio - Rs349 = 1.5GB/day for 84 days (old recharge)
3. VoId - Rs1499 = 1.5GB/day for 365 days (old recharge)
3. Do you have Broadband connection at home?
Yes. Local Fiber BB & BSNL FTTH (as backup) in Home and Office. I prefer Local BB as BSNL has ad injection issues in non https sites.
4. When you are on a low data plan. Like a 6GB for 84 days plan. Do you consume the media on your phone using mobile data or wait until to be connected with wifi to consume the media?
When away from WiFi, I just use Mobile data, after checking which network is good in that place.
 

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1. Yearly mobile data consumption maybe 5-10GB.this is bcoz of going outside my house to farm and few times to relatives house...Also few media during BB downtime..
2. 336 days plan in Jio
365 days plan in Airtel

3.Yes...50 Mbps unlimited plan..Once BB installed all OTT viewing in BB only..

4.once the telecom operators started yearly plan subscribed that only...3 times bought D+H minimum plans..That only for D+H subscription ...
 
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1. 100-200 MB per day only if I go outside.

2. 379 plan. 6GB for 84 days. Also have JioFi device which I recharge only during extended travel or broadband downtime.

3. Yes, Airtel Broadband (799 plan - 100Mbps). Around 500-600GB usage per month. Also activated 500 plan on old ACT connection as a backup option and dad's exclusive use. All his devices are on Act only, rest of the family on Airtel.

4. Media consumption on phone is done only when on broadband. I never use anything more than Whatsapp on Mobile Data, that also mostly for messages. Occasional browsing or Google maps or banking apps usage happens based on requirement

 

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  1. Around 10GB on an average. Sometimes 15GB.
  2. Vi's 6 GB for 84 Days Plan (Earlier ₹379, now ₹459)
  3. Yes, 75 mbps Unlimited @₹850/month
  4. I consume with mobile data itself. I still have around 2-3 GB left when my plan is about to expire.
 

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I have consumed nearly 100 GB data on previous month & my plan is Jio 599 2GB/Day plus lots of additional data vouchers
 

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1. On average how much mobile data do you consume per day?

2. What's your active plan?

3. Do you have Broadband connection at home?

4. When you are on a low data plan. Like a 6GB for 84 days plan. Do you consume the media on your phone using mobile data or wait until to be connected with wifi to consume the media?

1) rarely use Mobile data . only when out of home or only when my BB connection is down..
On Fiber Broadband per day usage 2 to 5 GB n sometimes when connected to TV it goes to 20-30 GB ( Mostly YouTube n sometimes ott like Sony live n prime video n Hotstar for Live Cricket )

2) Jio 2GB for 155 plan (129 earlier) VI 2Gb 149 plan
3) Railwire fiber broadband
4) Wifi Only..

 

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1. Little much mb or hardly it goes to a gb, as I am always connected to WiFi & data as backup when there's powercut.

2. Currently,Vi 48 3gb data plan & 49 combo just for the sake of service validity 😐

3. Yes having local BB.

4. It depends. If much of data is left & validity gng to expire then use will be without any tension. On the other hand use with conservation.😁
 

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1. On average how much mobile data do you consume per day?

2. What's your active plan?

3. Do you have Broadband connection at home?

4. When you are on a low data plan. Like a 6GB for 84 days plan. Do you consume the media on your phone using mobile data or wait until to be connected with wifi to consume the media?
1. I consume atmost 7 GB everyday. The 2 GB is taken by WFH and rest is taken by Airtel Xtreme DTH for Netflix, Youtube.
2. My active plan is 999 Jio Postpaid Plus Plan which after tax and additional 50 rupees comes out to be 1200 per month
3. No.
4. In case of low data in my mobile, I transfer some data from master sim to personal sim.
 
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