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Dave B

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Hi there, hope you can help.

I've just signed up to a broadband package that allows me to download up to 6GB a month. Is there any software that you can recommend that will monitor my monthly usage so that I will know when I am nearing my limit?

I've asked the company themselves but they cannot/will not recommend one to me. I've tried a few searches, but most bring up software that just shows time spent on the net.

Hope you can help

Regards,

Dave
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gerryf

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this looks promising

http://www.trafficstatistic.com/
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Gerryf,

Many thanks for this link - looks like it could be just the thing! I'll try out over the weekend and let you know.

Regards,

Dave
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it takes a little to get it running properly, but of all the free ones, it seems most reliable and useful for constant monitoring
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Gerryf,

Have tried the software and it seems to work great. Many thanks for your assistance. :whistling:

Apologies for taking a while to get back to you. My broadband wouldn't work, and it took the best part of three weeks for the ISP and the line owners to decide who should be fixing the problem !!

Regards,

Dave B
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