I’m not a RW subscriber, but keep it in mind. I have a question about how data is calculated and figured this was the best place to ask.
If you’re at home or somewhere else using wi-fi and you have a number of browser pages open - even if you’re not even scrolling them, and probably forgot about them - you’re not using your data because you’re on wi-fi. But once you step away from the wi-fi, does that wifi coverage switch to cell, and therefore, those pages are now using your data? (I assume all carriers calculate data the same.)
If so, I know it’s not much data, but if you have a limit to your data, would it make sense to x out of your browsers before leaving your wi-fi coverage?
Also, when you use your data to access the internet, and stay on one web page, is the data calculated per second? Per minute? Or just as you open that web page and that’s it until you click a link to go to another web page? If that’s the case, then there would be no reason to x out of your browsers when leaving the wi-fi connection.