Is 1gb of data enough for an iPhone? And do you get a message from Koodoo when you reach your limit?

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Jess

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Posted 5 years ago

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Ben B

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It really depends on what you do with the phone , and where and when you have Wifi access but if you want there s a data calaculator that will give you an idea:
http://koodomobile.com/en/on/datacalc...

And yes to your 2nd questions,you will receive text msg at like 50% 75% and 100% also with the Koodo app or on your self serve you will be able to see how much data you used and have left.
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Here's the notification list

Two text messages when you are under the limit:

One at 75% of your allotted data bucket
One at 95% of your allotted data bucket

Once over their data bucket, you will receive:

One at $10 of usage
One at $50 of usage
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I was very worried when I got my iPhone with a 500 meg plan. I downloaded a phone side data counter (data usage) and was very careful with my data for the first few months... and used 300 meg. Now I have a 6 gig plan with Koodo and use between 600 and 1.6 gig and am not careful AT ALL. In fact, I usually turn wifi off in my house as LTE is quicker. So yes, its lots.
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Well it all depends on your usage - if you think 1GB is enough, then it is enough. You only used 300MB when you were careful and about 600MB-1.6GB when you were carefree so I think if you use WiFi at home and be slightly careful - 1GB will be fine.
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I was answering the question not asking for an answer.

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