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Select data usage limits

You can set limits for the amount of data to be transferred before the USB modem application (Vodafone Mobile Broadband) shows a warning. Follow these instructions to select data usage limits.

Step 1 of 13

Find "Previous Usage Mobile"

If required, click Advanced.

Step 2 of 13

Find "Previous Usage Mobile"

Click Usage.

Step 3 of 13

Find "Previous Usage Mobile"

Click Previous Usage Mobile.

Step 4 of 13

Select data usage limits

Click Display.

Step 5 of 13

Select data usage limits

Highlight Volume.

Step 6 of 13

Select data usage limits

To reset statistics:
Click Reset.

Step 7 of 13

Select data usage limits

Click Yes.

Step 8 of 13

Select data usage limits

Highlight the field next to Limit.
Key in the required amount of data.

Step 9 of 13

Select warning settings

Click Warnings.

Step 10 of 13

Select warning settings

Click the box next to Warn before reaching limit to turn the setting on or off.

Step 11 of 13

Select warning settings

When the box is ticked (V), you'll receive a warning before the limit defined in step 2 is reached.

Step 12 of 13

Select warning settings

Click the box next to Warn when limit is reached or exceeded to turn the setting on or off.

Step 13 of 13

Select warning settings

When the box is ticked (V), you'll receive a warning when the limit defined in step 2 is reached or exceeded.

1. Find "Previous Usage Mobile"

If required, click Advanced.
Click Usage.
Click Previous Usage Mobile.

2. Select data usage limits

Click Display.
Highlight Volume.
To reset statistics:
Click Reset.
Click Yes.
Highlight the field next to Limit.
Key in the required amount of data.

3. Select warning settings

Click Warnings.
Click the box next to Warn before reaching limit to turn the setting on or off.
When the box is ticked (V), you'll receive a warning before the limit defined in step 2 is reached.
Click the box next to Warn when limit is reached or exceeded to turn the setting on or off.
When the box is ticked (V), you'll receive a warning when the limit defined in step 2 is reached or exceeded.

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