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I don't know. But I would say too much data since I use video-on-demand (Amazon Prime) and have to download all my games now.
Not so much: 200-800 Mb of data, depending on my mood and free time.
Varies wildly, plus I don't have stats for my phone. Yesterday was ~800 MiB, most ever (since I've begun tracking a few years ago (another happy vnstat user)) was 8.9 GiB.
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Randalator: Shouldn't you run out of games at some point? Or is that only the average for the last year?
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monkeydelarge: I guess it looks like I download a new game everyday. No, the reason why I use around 20 GBs a day is I'm constantly downloading, uninstalling and redownloading games. The reason for this is I like to try out all the mods available for my games until I find the right mods for me. And sometimes I download a game, install it then uninstall it because I'm not in the mood for it. Then a week later, I download and install it again because I'm in the mood for it. And when I say "download", I mean download from GOG or Steam or Origin etc. I don't mean pirating.
Sounds exhausting. Why not just keep the games instead of the downloading, uninstalling and re-downloading cycle?
That varies wildly based upon the concert recordings I download and GOG releases and sales.
My record to date is somewhere between 25-35 GB, but that included The Witcher 3.
I only get 10Gb a month to use so I technically shouldn't be on line right now. :P
Heh, so much that I would be broke, if I had to live with the USA ISP prices and data caps...
Right now probably only 5-10gb, if you include the movie streaming and backup.

On Wednesday, I finally get fiber, so I expect that figure is going to go substantially higher for a while. I have to update my po^h^h^h^h^h^h^heducational materials.
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KingofGnG: Heh, so much that I would be broke, if I had to live with the USA ISP prices and data caps...
I think most ISPs are uncapped around here. It's mostly the cable companies that are capped. And that's in large part because they're greedy bastards and historically you were sharing that bandwidth with the neighbors. DSL subscribers didn't share until after the data got back to the ISP.
Post edited September 07, 2015 by hedwards
Too much
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monkeydelarge: I guess it looks like I download a new game everyday. No, the reason why I use around 20 GBs a day is I'm constantly downloading, uninstalling and redownloading games. The reason for this is I like to try out all the mods available for my games until I find the right mods for me. And sometimes I download a game, install it then uninstall it because I'm not in the mood for it. Then a week later, I download and install it again because I'm in the mood for it. And when I say "download", I mean download from GOG or Steam or Origin etc. I don't mean pirating.
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Randalator: Sounds exhausting. Why not just keep the games instead of the downloading, uninstalling and re-downloading cycle?
Because it would be very difficult to only uninstall the mods I don't like. I would have to delete all the right files and replace them with backups.
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Randalator: Sounds exhausting. Why not just keep the games instead of the downloading, uninstalling and re-downloading cycle?
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monkeydelarge: Because it would be very difficult to only uninstall the mods I don't like. I would have to delete all the right files and replace them with backups.
Back up the game folder after installation and just do a brute-force rollback by copying and replacing all files if necessary... :D
KIS 16 network monitor ( currently )

downloaded : 852 MB
uploaded : 23 MB
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monkeydelarge: Because it would be very difficult to only uninstall the mods I don't like. I would have to delete all the right files and replace them with backups.
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Randalator: Back up the game folder after installation and just do a brute-force rollback by copying and replacing all files if necessary... :D
That would save me hours of waiting time. I'll try that in the future. Thanks for the suggestion.
Post edited September 07, 2015 by monkeydelarge
I usually download 500 a day and upload about 10 mb. I don't think I use much internet.