So, since I've thoroughly researched this topic to no avail, I decided to ask here... About six hours ago, I noticed that my data was already at a gig, and my plan started four days ago. Fast forward to now. I AM AT 7.67 GIGABYTES!!!!!! I use My Data Manager to monitor my usage, and the culprit is OS Services. I've been on WiFi all day. I was watching Netflix, and all 800 MB of that was on WiFi no problem, so I know my phone was connected while it proceeded to destroy my data plan. Every time I turn on my cellular network, my usage explodes. Verizon told me to disable background apps and reinstate data usage. Boom, another gig and a half down the drain. I have no idea how to get this to stop. I have no photos backing up, I haven't touched YouTube in days, and my apps only update on WiFi. I just switched from a MotoX to a MotoX 2nd Gen five days ago, but this only started up today. How in the world is OS Services eating so much data?!
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