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Usually carriers distinguish minutes: for voice calls using the standard phone app, to either other phones or landlines (which can be confusing since FaceTime calls and audio use data and not voice minutes) sms (which can be confusing since the the message app uses data for iMessage and SMS for MMS and SMS) data: for all other internet traffic generated by ...


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Mobile carriers provide two basic services: mobile voice service and data transmission. Mobile voice service is provided by a wireless connection to the carriers towers, and supported by the Mobile Switched Network on the carrier side, that connects to the Public Switched Telephone Network (ie. telephone service). SMS is part of this voice standard, and ...


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Wi-Fi: The owner of Wi-Fi has to pay. Just to be sure, turn off Data. Cellular/ Mobile Data on: It counts against the allocated bandwidth or simply provided data in a pack. Like 1 GB for some money etc. Minutes are counted when the phones behave as internet-less devices and this is paid separately. A simple analogy would be to see the icons in the top bar....


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From experience and I hope design, Wi-Fi is prioritised above cellular when it comes to connection. Only Wi-Fi assist can be used to use cellular despite Wi-Fi. Also, battery discharge rate drops when on Wi-Fi even when cellular is ON, I believe it is not being used. I cannot provide references. Now since dash cam is using Wi-Fi to stream video, not for ...


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Happened to my wife, and after trying a lot of things it looked like it was something to do with location services. I went into settings, privacy, location, turned off location services, then turned it back on.


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