Internet quota; It is a limitation on the amount of internet usage of the user. In the past, there was a Fair Use Quota. When a certain GB is reached, the internet speed slows down, but the person can continue to use the internet.
For example, let’s say that the person has 24 Mbps internet speed and 50 GB quota. After using 50 GB, the internet speed would decrease to 3 or 5 mbps per second and internet usage, albeit slowly, was not interrupted.
However, on January 1, 2019, the Fair Use Quota was terminated. Although this application has been removed, internet packages with different speeds are available. Again, mobile operators offer internet packages to their users with limitations such as 4 GB and 8 GB. In other words, the concept of ‘internet quota’ has not completely disappeared from our lives.
Everyone can choose between quota-free and quota packages according to their needs. When the quota specified in quota internet packages is exceeded, the internet is cut off. On the other hand, on the quota-free internet, the speed does not change according to the amount of internet usage.
Internet Quota and Package Selection
Quota internet packages stop when they reach a certain usage limit. That’s why you should either use your internet sparingly or buy a quota-free package so that your quota doesn’t run out quickly.
Internet quota; browsing the web, downloading something, etc. determines how much your total limit will be during In short, quota can be summarized as data transfer limit.
If you use the Internet for purposes such as looking at social media or reading articles, a low quota package will do the trick.
But if you are uploading or downloading frequently, watching videos or playing games all the time, your preference should be for high quotas in quota packages.
In some tariffs, usage automatically stops when the internet quota is exceeded. This prevents you from inadvertently spending extra. In some packages, although you have exceeded the quota limit, your internet usage is not restricted. However, the amount you use is reflected on your bill. If you are not careful, you may encounter a surprise bill.
Internet Quota Inquiry
For the internet quota inquiry process, you should visit the website of your service provider or mobile operator. You can also contact the customer representative for this.
For Turkcell Superonline quota inquiry, you must log in to your account and click on the ‘ADSL/Fiber Internet Information’ section under the ‘Usage Details’ section . Here you can view the amount of data you download and upload (download and upload) monthly and annually.
In addition, by downloading the Türk Telekom quota inquiry application, you can find out how much you have used from your koa and how many GB you have left. You should be aware of your quota information in order to prevent your internet bill from becoming too high and to take precautions against internet slowdowns. The quota inquiry application can be used by all Türk Telekom subscribers who have both limited and unlimited business lines.
The application can be accessed through your internet service provider’s website.
In addition , quota information can be accessed from the ‘Online Transactions‘ area.
You can also review our previous article titled What Does Quota Internet Mean?