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Same here

Since the UBB controversy started a few months ago, I have been checking my usage daily using the tool on the Shaw Customer Centre site. As others have reported, when I tried to check the usage this morning, the link to the tool is gone.

Maybe they will fix it so it reports what you have used up to today, rather than what you used up to two days ago...
 

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I've been using it and it's not disappeared for me...I run the Shaw one (speedtest.shaw.ca) and the one from the speedtest.net site.
That checks internet speed, we're discussing the internet usage meter - a different measure.
 

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Or did it vanish seemingly synchronized with the revelation that Shaw will implement UBB because that is what their customers want and it will be good for us?

They will have to make sure the bandwidth usage information is correct now and from many comments posted here the present system may not be good enough.
 

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Shaw Data Usage Info no longer there

Hi,

I logged into Shaw Customer Center this morning and to my surprise the link to the Data Usage chart isn't there any more. I logged out and back in a couple of times and one time I saw the link. Other than that though I can't click it anymore. Anyone else have this issue?
 

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Shaw Internet Usage Meter Incorrect

I have a router with dd-wrt that can keep track of your data usage. According to it, I've used about 139GB for the (billing) month, while Shaw's Internet Usage meter is showing me as having used 234GB as of yesterday.


Does anyone else have the ability to track their data usage and have you compared it to Shaw's meter?

Is there any possible reason that could explain this discrepancy?
 
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