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In this part of the world, the
blackberry internet service is
thecheapest form of
internet access available for
just N1,500 ($9 USD) a month
with unlimited data if you are
on theEtisalat Nigeria
BlackBerry Complete plan
and 3GB of data for those on
Glo BlackBerry Complete.
Those of you on either of the
above mentioned blackberry
data plans, don’t have to fuss
about data as you would almost
never use up the data
allowance but the reverse is the
case for those of you on the
MTN Blackberry Complete
Planwhich offers just 200MB
of web browsing and
download monthly.
Ever since the launch of this
plan, there have been folks that
have complained about not
being able to browse the
internet after some days of
web browsing while some folks
claim that the data limit is none
existent on their end, as they’ve
downloaded far more than the
allocated 200MB of data.
For those complaining, here’s
how to track the amount of
data your blackberry device is
using up so you don’t get
caught unawares.
Simply run a quick search for
Traffic Monitor For
BlackBerryapplication via
BlackBerry Appworld then
install and configure as shown
in the images below.
The application allows you to
check your data usage over
days, weeks and months as well
as running a speed test to
determine how fast your
network is.
Simply go to Settings and tick
Enable Cellular Traffic Limit.
Set Limit to the monthly data
allowance allowed by your
mobile network then setWarn
at to whatever percentage of
data usage you’d like.

Here’s what the above configuration does. When your data consumption hits 50% of 100MB which is supposed to be your data allowance for the month, the application would immediately warn you on the home screen of your device by showing an icon such as that which appears circled in red in the first image at the top of this article. Do please note that for some reason, the Traffic Monitor For BlackBerry isn’t compatible with all devices as is the case with some BlackBerry apps. I’m currently using it on a BlackBerry Curve 3G with OS 6.

Nice tips Chris.

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