01-09-2021 02:54 PM
I have exceeded my internet data limit of 550 GB. This usage is unusual. Is there a way to determine each device internet usage in my home. For example, I own an Ipad, Mac and Macbook pro. Is there away to determine each device internet usage (NOT CELLULAR DATA)? This way I can manage the internet usage.
01-09-2021 05:49 PM
Not to my knowledge. Usually Internet usage is deemed large enough and inexpensive enough to not need that level of management.
Some commercial routers might track usage by device, but usually not consumer grade ones.
01-10-2021 01:06 PM
The Telus My Wi-Fi app will show you the 3 devices that used the most wi-fi data, and percentage used, in the current billing period. It doesn't tell you how much data was actually used.
01-16-2021 12:12 PM
You might be able to get an idea by looking at the daily use.
01-16-2021 01:58 PM
01-18-2021 05:56 PM
Telus has no tools that you can use to manage your data on that sort of level but you would be able to install something like GlassWire to track data across your three devices so can track which device is eating your data. GlassWire - Personal Firewall & Network Monitor
02-12-2021 07:41 PM
You can set up an email notification so it sends warnings at 75%, 90% and I think 100%. There is also a place where you can view your usage by day and by month but it hasn't worked for several weeks now. Not surprised.