Gone are the mobile rates that do not include calls or data. Currently everyone who has a mobile (or almost everyone) has a rate that allows you to enjoy a certain amount of GB to surf the Internet each month. What’s more, currently GB rates abound for our Internet connection, leaving calls behind. Today you can call for free by any service such as WhatsApp, without the need for a call rate and regardless of where in the world you are.
However, there are many people who are not able to determine the amount of GB of data they need in their mobile rates. Therefore, in this article, we would like to give you some small tables to give you an idea of the amount of GB you can consume on your mobile. It will depend a lot on the use in question that you are going to give the device but also other external factors that many times people do not take into account.
How many GB are ideal for a mobile rate?
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Do not take it as a fixed value, because there will be many conditions, but use the following indications to determine what is the ideal mobile data rate for you. One of the things that will determine, to a large extent, the cost of data is your Internet connection at home or at work. If you spend most of your time at home and work but both have a WiFi connection, the amount of data that you are going to spend on your mobile can decrease dramatically. Therefore, keep this in mind to understand that the following values will drop considerably if you connect to WiFi regularly.
- Between 1 and 2 GB of data: for a rate with this amount of data to cover your needs, you cannot use Facebook or Instagram too much (or 20 minutes a day or you could not end the month with data). They are rates limited to using WhatsApp, not sending too many images and browsing rather little. Only those users who hardly use their mobile with Internet can reach the end of the month with this type of rates. Also forget about watching videos and even updating applications on your mobile because they tend to use a lot of data.
- 5GB to 10GB of data: if you are a regular user of social networks (1 hour a day), you like to watch a video from time to time, send images on WhatsApp and also surf the Internet a lot; with a rate of 5 to 10 GB you should be covered, as long as you do not abuse a lot.
- More than 10 GB of data: from 10 GB measuring the use we make of the mobile is complicated. But all those who can watch Netflix on the street, watch a lot of videos (at least 30 minutes a day), browse Instagram for hours every day (sometimes you do it and you don’t know it), check Facebook, surf the Internet, download applications, etc. they may need this amount of GB.
There are rates that can exceed 20 GB, necessary if we consume, above all, a lot of video. If you do not consume video but you are very assiduous on social networks, you could also spend more than 5 GB but that is if we are talking about a very abusive use of applications like Instagram. Instagram can easily spend 0.5 GB a day or more if we consult it for 2 or 3 hours. From this we will have to deduct the time that we spend connected to the WiFi.
If you are the typical person who connects to 4G for no more than 1 hour a day but gives it a lot of power, it is also possible that you need to go beyond 5 GB of data. If on the contrary You only usually use your mobile to chat on WhatsApp and you have WiFi at home to update the applications and your mobile, it is possible that with 2 or 3 GB of data you can save the month without depleting them. How many GB do you have on your mobile? Do they make it to the end of the month?
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