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Publish the Data Usage Statistics by Goodybag.

By: tesscoe | 04-09-2013 10:23

There's a massive debate, some public and obviously some behind GG closed doors about unlimited goodybags and data usage as it's so expensive.

 

So why not publish the data usage figures?

 

i.e. On the last day of every calendar month (or a couple of days after to allow the data to be collated and processed) publish the average data usage number for each goodybag type.

 

So for example...

 

 

                                              Av Total Uage     Av Daily Usage    Top 10% Av Total Usage    Top 10% Av Daily Usage

 

£12 Unlim Goodybag            3,000mb           100mb                        12,000mb                                 400mb

£15 Unlim Goodybag            2,600mb             87mb                        15,000mb                                 500mb

 

 

This will allow members to see where they sit in relation to their usage and what the top 10% of users are using on average.  Most members want to have unlimited internet but really don't want to abuse it, I suspect they would support removing the top 5% of member who are the worst abusers of data usage as this, from the comments staff make, seems to form a disproportionately high part of the cost for the network and at the end of the day this gets passed on to us all.

 

Publishing statistics and giving members transparency on metrics allows the members to support management in the joint goal of an efficient network for the benefit of the members.

 

Also publishing Peak and Off Peak statistics could help move abusive users to Off Peak times and thereby reduce network strain.

 

 

Comments

by: asif_mah
on: 04-06-2017 23:15

 sounds brilliant

by: sibtahmed
on: 29-03-2017 19:33

Good idea

by: helenlovesjayjay
on: 28-03-2017 06:42

??

by: helenlovesjayjay
on: 28-03-2017 06:41

Omg I only need credit and it's not letting me

by: srehman
on: 03-10-2016 11:05

Definitely supporting this! 1+

by: marstri
on: 10-09-2016 16:50

I can usually afford the £20 goodybag for always on data but was surprised to be advised I'd used too much. Admittedly I watched some really dull movies on utube but I'm not really an art critic and probably won't watch many more. I need always on data much more than minutes or texts and have suggested it before. People I know don't talk for hours on the phone unless it's some sort of emergency and I guess a text message is a really small amount of data. 

by: subasht
on: 09-04-2016 06:16

so, any new updates on this matter??

by: mij_sky
on: 26-03-2016 12:06

Of course , well supported 

by: kevincunno
on: 05-03-2016 07:11

Definitely got my vote very sensible idea

by: kimchi
on: 06-02-2016 21:30

It'd be nice to have more transparency on the matter