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What "video" means under Device Usage
THOLEM64
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I was checking my usage for one of the phone lines on my account, and it shows 34% was "video" I can find nothing of what this means. Is this skype or another live video chat service? Is this an App? is this watching or streaming videos thru an app? What is classified as "video" under the Device Usage tab?

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Re: What "video" means under Device Usage
lukevinyl
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I believe this includes known streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu etc. along with streaming of video within the browser...

Under Data utilization in MyVerizon:

"The usage categories are designed to give you a general understanding of how the devices on your account consume data. By hovering over the Question Mark icon, you'll see both a description and examples specific to each category."

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Re: What "video" means under Device Usage
lukevinyl
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I believe this includes known streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu etc. along with streaming of video within the browser...

Under Data utilization in MyVerizon:

"The usage categories are designed to give you a general understanding of how the devices on your account consume data. By hovering over the Question Mark icon, you'll see both a description and examples specific to each category."

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