How do I check My Optus pocket WIFI balance?

If you’re using a mobile phone, you can view your Prepaid Mobile Broadband balance and expiry date via the My Optus app.

  1. Launch the My Optus app.
  2. From the bottom left corner of your display, select the service tab.
  3. Here you’ll see your remaining data balance and credit expiry date.

Does Optus track internet history?

If you’re an Optus mobile phone or home internet customer, here’s something we suspect you don’t know about your telco: it is monetising customer web browsing histories so they can be targeted with ads based on the websites they have visited.

How do I check my Optus router history?

  1. Open the My Optus app.
  2. If you’re not already logged in, click the icon in the top left corner and enter your My Account log in email and password.
  3. Click Service.
  4. Your data usage meter will be displayed. You can also view your Talk and Text usage.

Can police see your browsing history?

If you spend a lot of time on the internet, you provide advertisers, influencers, and, unfortunately, police a lot of material. Police CAN use your internet browsing records against you in court, and unfortunately the process isn’t very difficult for them.

How do I check my Wi-Fi usage?

View devices connected to your network and review data usage

  1. Open the Google Home app .
  2. Tap Wi-Fi .
  3. At the top, tap Devices.
  4. Tap a specific device and a tab to find additional details. Speed: Real time usage is how much data your device is currently using.

How many GB do I have left on my Wi-Fi?

Click the Settings icon in the right corner of the start menu bar. Then click the Network icon and open the menu. Right-click on the name of your network connection and select Show Estimated Data Usage. It’s that easy.

How many GB do I have left on my wifi?

What to Know

  1. Login to your router using the admin settings or the default credentials.
  2. Look for a statistics section. You’ll find the data usage information there.
  3. Use a third-party application for more detailed statistics or routers that don’t track it.