My data usage spiked while I was at a coding class in Toronto yesterday morning, from an average of 2MB per day to 2000M in a mere 4 hours. I wasn't even using the phone. It sat in my purse, eating money and draining the battery until I checked it during my lunch break. The phone was dead, so I charged it after lunch off my laptop and when I turned it back on, alarm bells were going off everywhere! Koodo had sent two texts with data warnings, etc., but I had the volume turned off because I was in a class. I had turned off the wifi because I didn't want to drain the battery while it searched for wifi. This had happened while I was at a farm and didn't want it to happen again. I left it on solely for receiving calls and texts from my family in case of an emergency. I didn't use it to Google anything (checked an address once on the way to the seminar, but then closed the browser and locked the screen). I shouldn't have to pay an extra fifty bucks for something I didn't do. Could the phone have been hacked? Could the internet have been doing bizarre things while I wasn't using the phone? Coincidentally, I was at a one day seminar hosted by a place called HackerYou.