You will need
- A contract for an Internet connection or username and password in the personal Cabinet.
Use the "personal account" of the subscriber on the website of your Internet service provider is perhaps the easiest way to know the amount of traffic in the current payment period or for any past months. The log-in link this Cabinet is usually placed on the main page, the login and password is issued together with documents on the connection to the service.
Each provider develops its own individual user interface for the office, so unfortunately, there is no uniform recommendations where it is in the office to look for the indicators used traffic. For example, when using the Home Internet from Beeline immediately after login, go to the tab "Internet" and click the link "Statistics". On the page which opens, you will see a table where for each of the past 13 months (including today) will be separately indicated the amount of traffic spent on receiving and sending, as well as the total number of network time. If you are not using one of the unlimited plans, then this table will be shown, and corresponding to these indicators, the amount of payment.
The names of the months in this table is clickable - if you want more accurate traffic distribution by day within a particular month, click the link. Table broken on the day, in turn, provides the opportunity to see a more accurate distribution of traffic within each of the day sessions.
Use the phone customer support of your Internet service provider if the personal account for some reason unavailable. To know the phone number in the contract on connection to the Internet or received them along with instructions. It must be noted on the website of the company. Call this number and ask the number of traffic you spent with the provider. Be ready to call the contract number and surname/name/patronymic name of the person for whom it is designed.
Install any software to count sent and received data. However, application of this kind is rather convenient for calculations of the distribution of traffic consumed by computers in your local network, and the statistics of the Internet service provider may not match.