There’s both good and bad points regarding smartphone contracts, especially as they end up costing users far more than what they pay for a SIM-only deal.
Another caveat of a smartphone contract, is that you’re often tied into a small amount of mobile data. This means, when you’re out and about, you’re limited to the amount of music, general internet browsing and other things that you normally do when on a WiFi network. Exceeding your data limit is bad news, and will cost you a lot of money in your end of month bill. Because of this, on occasions it may be right to disable your mobile data, as a safety precaution until your new allowance comes through. In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how to disable mobile data on your Android phone.
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Step 1: Open the Settings app on your Android device and select the Data Usage option from near the top of the app.
Step 2: Your phone will now process how much data you’ve been using on your device, along with a bar chart for a visual guide.
Step 3: At the top of this menu, you’ll see a Restrict/Disable Mobile Data toggle. Select it to disable mobile data on your Android phone.
Step 4: The graph will now disappear, and your data icon that’s usually shown at the top of the display will also go.
Remember, you’ll need to enable this option again when you want to use your mobile data again when you can’t connect to a safe WiFi network. If you’ve followed our steps correctly, you’ll have learnt how to disable mobile data on your Android phone.