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    Waiting for veer my arrive, I was wondering how are these phones on data?
    I use an iphone and currently I average about 250mb.

    Thanks
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    reduce the logging and turn off backups and your all good.

    Personally I have mine set to 2g and no data (with wifi and backups enabled) all the time. I enable data when i need it. This way the phone lasts up 2 - 3 days without charge.

    love this phone and I've come from an iphone 3gs and an samsung ndroid phone.
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    Can you turn off logging and back up?
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    How do you reduce the logging or turn it right off?
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    This is kinda a silly question - each person uses a different amount of data - I for instance download tons of podcasts and use my Veer as a personal hotspot so naturally I would use more data than someone that doesn't do these things.
    Pre 3 QWERTY, The Veer, GSM Pre 2 and GSM Pixi Plus - 64GB White TouchPad and 32GB Black TouchPad
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    Quote Originally Posted by tchaten View Post
    This is kinda a silly question - each person uses a different amount of data - I for instance download tons of podcasts and use my Veer as a personal hotspot so naturally I would use more data than someone that doesn't do these things.
    Agreed, also depends on how often you are near WiFi. I download a podcast a day during the week, but I do it in the morning when I am getting ready for work over WiFi. My phone is usually on WiFi from the time I get home to when I leave for work, plus when I get home my phone is usually just laying there in case I get a call or SMS, data flows through the TP at that point.
    I love physical keyboards... but there is two devices that would make me consider a slab, one is something running a full version of Open webOS. The other is an iPhone!!!! HA HA just kidding (about the iPhone that is)...

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