Did you turn the phone back on? It grabs updates and data on startup.
megabyte is low, its when you get into gigabytes that you pay huge overage fees.
Addendum: I have always said this shared data and tiered data was pure greed on Verizons part. Verizon stated 95% of their customers use less than 2 Gb per month. I would say Verizon lied at the sake of huge profits. Any Questions?
Is this your only device? If it is how are you checking the data usage? via My Verizon online stats? is there other ways outside of via phone stats or online stats?
A completely shut down phone doies not use data. However iPhones don't shut off if plugged into the charging cable. There is no way to charge it with it off, and if you just turn it off completely it cannot be in any charger or it pops back on.
My mother and I both have the galaxy note 2.
The battery is completely OUT OF THE PHONE.
I check my usages on www.verizonwireless.com
For some reason my line is completely normal, the data usage recorded by the phones data usage program and verizons records MATCH UP NEARLY PERFECTLY.
Thanks for the good luck wish.
No one is responding.
In kb's the usage recorded on Verizonwireless.com
Quick recap of things we've tried
Turning mobile data off.
Doing a Factory Reset.
Replacing the phone.
Turning mobile data off on new phone.
TAKING THE BATTERY OUT OF THE PHONE.
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Personally as I stated before it is not possible to use cellular data with a device turned off. I am thinking its a bad posting to your device usage which makes more sense than phantom usage at a preset time in smaller kilobytes per day.
I would dispute the usage via certified letter to verizon, I personally would not trust their accounting of your usage or anyone elses since they stand to reap in millions of dollars on these type of charges.
http://www.bbb.org file a complaint and also contact the FCC at their website and tell them you believe Verizon Wireless is committing fraudulent billing on the data charges.