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Is there a way to view Data Usage for Fizz Internet accounts?

I'm currently a beta tester for Fizz Internet.

However, in the Account overview the Internet shows unlimited with no usage statistics.

Is there a way to find out your daily/monthly usage?

Brent Chin
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I believe all Fizz residential internet is sold as unlimited so from their PoV they are maybe not too bothered about developing such a tool.

There are tools and apps you can install yourself if you want to monitor it. Challenging across multiple devices however

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It seems to be buggy for some users. It is showing fine in my account. Another bug they need to get to I guess.

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Only other way is to use the network meter in your phone. It wont be accurae but you will get a general idea.

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Just to be clear. My question is for Fizz Residential Internet service (NOT mobile).

Sorry, I should have worded my original question differently. Thanks @FizzWiggler G. for that answer

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I'll see if my Asus AC Router has the option of keeping those stats.

@ Brent C

Yes onboard the router itself would be best. At source you know.
It may not be the easiest job in the world to connect another WiFi router to a combined modem/router such as Fizz offer.

I'm a mobile guy however not really an internet guy so limited knowledge there to be honest.

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Not to worry, the Hitron Modem/wifi router can be configured for just Bridge mode.

I also disabled all routing capabilities, as well as wifi antennas.

So, right now the Hitron unit is just acting as a cable modem and that is it. All other services have been disabled.

And the Asus AC router is what's doing all the work.

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@Isa E
Sorry I honestly cant remember the name exactly which option i chose (the option was not of normal naming convention). It had to do something with usage type. I remember one option was something to do with how did you want to use the device. It was a layman term that they used.

Likewise the options to that question was equally layman.

I would like to retrieve that info on the unit for you, but it seems that once you set that mode, it no longer responds to ip requests to get to web config page.

I would need to reset the device back to default to gain access to it again.

I didn't want to mess with it to much. Couldn't afford to be down for too long for fear of retribution from the family lol.