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How do I find out how much data each phone uses?
JANCOU73
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How do I find out how much data each phone uses?

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Re: How do I find out how much data each phone uses?
Elements
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If you log into Verizon Wireless with the account owner number (or the My Verizon mobile app), you cant get a breakdown of your data usage there.

From the menu bar at the top of the My Verizon site, select My Verizon > My Usage > View Usage. On the right it should show how much data you have remaining for your billing cycle, with a "See details" link underneath. Click that link for a breakdown of usage by line.

From the My Verizon app, you should be able to scroll down a bit at the main screen to see your remaining data, with a "View details" link there as well. Tap "View details," and on the next screen, move to the "Details" tab at the top of the screen.

Again, you need to be using what was set as the account owner number to see all of the lines.

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Re: How do I find out how much data each phone uses?
Elements
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If you log into Verizon Wireless with the account owner number (or the My Verizon mobile app), you cant get a breakdown of your data usage there.

From the menu bar at the top of the My Verizon site, select My Verizon > My Usage > View Usage. On the right it should show how much data you have remaining for your billing cycle, with a "See details" link underneath. Click that link for a breakdown of usage by line.

From the My Verizon app, you should be able to scroll down a bit at the main screen to see your remaining data, with a "View details" link there as well. Tap "View details," and on the next screen, move to the "Details" tab at the top of the screen.

Again, you need to be using what was set as the account owner number to see all of the lines.

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