Thanks, that's what I was afraid of... I'm actually doing a house refurb and I need to take the room where the VM modem connection is out of use for a couple of months so I'm looking at 4G alternatives to tide me over - but because these are "mobile network devices" they all come with data limits, so I need to try to work out how much data to buy on the 4G system.
As a retired network professional I know the data will be available because VM will be capturing it for load balancing and all that good stuff, it's just not going to be in the public domain in a place where I can access it. 😞
Not sure if you are using Windows 10 (Latest build 2004) however if you right click on your network icon, then 'Open Network & Internet Settings' it shows your data usage on that device, for the last 30 days:
Keep in mind, however, that this would include local traffic as well, for example transferring data from one machine to another.
Unless of course you select 'Data usage' and it breaks it down by application!
Thank you for your reply, I am using Windows 7, tried anyway but no joy. Up until around 3 months ago anytime I logged into My Virgin Media there was always a link that you click on that "check your usage here" which is no longer on the page, so there is no way to check it.
I read on their help page that the option exists if you have a monthly data limit but I assume they don't give you access to that if you have an unlimited package. I'm trying to find the same information.
Were you ever able to get an answer to this? I was thinking of doing something similar so it's important to know how much data Zoom calls and Netflix use on average a month before I commit to anything.