I’m Off To FoVA!
I’m off to FoVA. I can’t believe the date is finally here. I’m so excited to see my old virtual friends and meet new ones!
I was planning on blogging my way through the conference but after my phone call with AT&T today finding out the costs of using my iPhone while out of country I might just wait until I get back. I was told I will be charged .2 cents for each kilobyte I use. Can someone explain to me what that means? If I sit here and blog for a 1/2 an hour how many kilobytes is that?
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I’m glad you are having a great time at FoVA.
Here is a sample from AT&T for iPhone data usage (international).
1MB = 1024KB
$.0195/KB = about $20/MB
$.010/KB = about $10/MB
$.005/KB = about $5/MB
International roaming rates apply.
This will give you an idea of what AT&T charges.
Kilobyte is the unit of computer memory capacity equal to 1024 characters.
You are charged for the data usage. Each time a file is sent to a browser, they record the number of bytes.
Thanks Dusty! Now I get to wait for my bill and find out exactly how many kilobytes I actually used…