Spending some time at the cottage has led me to realize I can burn through 12GB of data really fast.
Here are 6 ways to save data at the cottage, when traveling abroad, or on poor bandwidth connections:
1. Use Alternative Sources
Ditch News & Magazine styled websites, alternatively, use Twitter to keep up-to-date
2. Use adblockers
3. Low bandwidth alternatives
5. Block traffic
If you have an LTE router, or dialup, you can block high usage websites like Netflix, Youtube…
6. Turn it off!
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