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How can you automatically disable data on a phone when the user hits the limit?
humanear
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It's the iPhone 5.  Thanks for any help.

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Re: How can you automatically disable data on a phone when the user hits the limit?
Weth
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You cannot do this on the phone. One option is Verizon's Family Base or watching your data use and turning of Cellular data manually when you get close to the limit.  You could also search the App Store for a data tracker app that not only counts your usage but also tells you what apps are using it and lets you set a shutoff limit.  There's one published by Onavo that works well, and there are others out there I'm sure.

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Re: How can you automatically disable data on a phone when the user hits the limit?
Weth
Sr. Leader

You cannot do this on the phone. One option is Verizon's Family Base or watching your data use and turning of Cellular data manually when you get close to the limit.  You could also search the App Store for a data tracker app that not only counts your usage but also tells you what apps are using it and lets you set a shutoff limit.  There's one published by Onavo that works well, and there are others out there I'm sure.