MegaLife & Data: How do you compare on Internet data usage?
When it comes to the Internet, data is king, queen, and court. That’s why understanding how you use data on the Internet—and how MUCH you use for WHAT—leads to a better online experience.
According to TechTerms, Internet Data is information processed or stored by a computer, such as text documents, images, audio/video clips, software programs or other types of data.
First, let's establish the most important thing to know - what you are doing online determines the amount of data you are using. For example, streaming a movie uses a lot more data than downloading a picture. Listening to music takes a lot more data than uploading a small file.
The accompanying infographic demonstrates how much data the average North American consumes on common activities and a brief explanation of the measurement of data. Click here if you'd like to view a byte converter.
And don’t forget — the more Internet speed you have, the more data you can use. That's where Ritter can help! Click here to request a free quote on Internet services.