I'm stumped on this one...with both the ATT option and my own WiFi on I used over 60 meg watching a streaming video from Prime. No streaming for 2 days and about 3 web sites visited while out of my WiFi range put the usage per my Kindle ATT at 90meg - how can a couple web site visits (no downloads, no videos watched) rack up another 30 meg? My iPhone with ATT doesn't even use 5 meg a month doing more web browsing than that. Could there be hidden programs running that are sucking the ATT data allowance? Does ATT take precedence over WiFi when it is available? I've had this Kindle for less than a week and the 250 won't last me but a couple more days apparently if I do any web surfing. Have turned off the ATT when I am in WiFi range.
Anyone have thoughts on this? Do I need to turn off the ATT option at all times unless I need it and doesn't 30 meg for visiting CNN and WEATHER sites seem absurd?
Thanks for your advice in advance!
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