So I am a fairly regular user of data on my phone back home (in the UK) - Google Maps, web, Facebook, various apps etc. Not much video. My usual monthly usage is under 1Gb of data. Just been on vacation in Canada and bought a prepaid Koodo SIM with 1Gb data and put it into an old iPhone to use as a hotspot. I was horrified to find that we blazed through 1Gb in under 2 days! Topped up another 1Gb - same again. And again. I tried making sure all extraneous apps were closed before going to bed at night, tried turning off the hotspot overnight etc but still found we were burning through 1Gb data in a couple of days, even though our usage was similar to back home. How can this be so? Is a Koodo gigabyte a fraction of the size of a UK gigabyte? is there a poor Canadian-UK "exchange rate" for data at the moment? Yes I am joking about that but at $30 per gigabyte this is no joking matter. Any comments?