Any data that's used while your device is connected to the Verizon mobile networks uses your monthly data allowance*.
Check the notification bar on your device to see if you're connected to the Verizon networks. If you see 5G Ultra Wideband, 5G, 4G LTE, 3G or 1X, you're connected to our networks.
When you're connected to our networks and access the internet, watch a video, check your email, play games, use apps (e.g., Facebook®, Twitter®, Maps etc.) and more, you use your monthly data allowance. Background tasks, such as syncing or location services, may also use your data.
Data usage is billed based on the amount of data sent and received (megabytes or gigabytes), and it can be charged per-use or as part of a data package.
*An Unlimited plan never runs out of data. However, if you use all the high-speed data allowed by your Unlimited plan, data speed may be reduced for the rest of that billing period, depending on your plan.
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Verizon mobile usage FAQs
Learn about viewing your talk, text and data usage. Find out how we measure data, how to conserve data, and what to do if you need more data.
Learn more about accessing data usage, call history and text activity, visit How to view and download call, text and data logs.
For Prepaid accounts, view the Prepaid Data usage section of your My Verizon home page.
About mobile data usage
Viewing and managing your mobile data usage
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