I'm new also, and none of the methods suggested will show you actual usage until the "grace period" is over. However, depending on your computer operating system, there is another way to get your "estimated usage". I have Windows 8.1 and if I click on the wireless signal symbol at the right hand end of the task bar (the bar chart) I get a list of the available networks, including the one for my router to which I am connected. If the estimated usage is not shown (it may or may not) right click on that network and a box appears that says "hide estimated data usage" and "forget this network". Click on the first one, then click on the bar symbol on the task bar again right click on your network again and click on "show estimated usage" and you will see your estimated usage since the last reset. Click on reset and it will go to zero. You can then use this method to check your "estimated" usage from that point forward when ever you wish, or you can reset it every day and therefore see your daily usage each day.. I don't know about other operating systems, but I suspect that Windows 10 has something very similar. In any case, don't click on "forget this network" unless you have your network password handy because you will be disconnected from your network and have to log back in before you can do anything else. Edit: Note: This will only show your total estimated usage not what bucket it would be charger against. You will have to estimate that depending on when you use you connection.
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