Will it still show me the 2 day value of 750 MB to start and replenish to 100 percent overnight, if I haven't gone below 50 percent the first day?
Not much chance of that for the past month or more. It is so slow I usually have
85-99% left at 2400.
How does that compare to the "Check Useage" Tab" on the speed test page for those hours today?
If you choose the Month list it will be short, since we started a new month Today.
But it tells you hour by hour how much Hughes says you used.
Near the top of this page you said your husband had a work phone that had to stay connected.
Do you have a VOIP unit between your modem and router or modem and computer if you have eliminated the router? If not are you talking about using a Smart phone ( your husband's work phone) to connect to the web via your router?
You said you and your husband both have I phones.
The I0S8 update released on 17 September is 1.1 GIG. Did either of you install the update using your internet connection?
You also said you have Windows 7 and have your updates set to go at 0300.
On some W-7 units, depending on the "Power Plan" chosen or set up by the OEM,
you can have your check for updates set to check at 0300 but it either does not wake up or checks but doesn't do the actual download until you physically wake up the computer in the morning.
You can click on the Start button and type "Power" in the search box. It will take you to the Power Plan settings, and you will find many different plans plus modifications to the plans.
Do you ever notice a little icon in the taskbar that says updating if you hover your mouse over it?
If you click Start/All Programs and scroll to the bottom you will see the symbol and can click on the Windows update button to manually check for updates, as well as see when the last update was checked/ downloaded.
Are you on a daily or monthly allotment?
How many MB does the 2% you mention amount too.
As William said, you are going to have to isolate to one device at a time for a period of time to determine that the problem is not on your end.
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