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Onavo Lite Beta Launches, New Tiered Data Participants Take Note

Update:  Seems as if I forgot that the Onavo team had asked that we not post screenshots or talk much about the app once it was released to the test group.  Whoops!  So we’ve taken everything down as we want to continue to be a part of their beta program.  I’ll have to direct you to their sign-up page below and also just mention that this app kicks ass so far.  Tiered data users will definitely want to get a hold of this bad boy.

You may still be able to sign up here.

Cheers dren, Anish, EvantheGamer, and everyone else!

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    How the hell do you use so much data in Facebook ?

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  • Anonymous

    I signed up for this back when DL first posted about it and I did get a confirmation email some weeks later saying I was going to be able to test it early. Issue is I haven’t heard anything else from Onavo….I would still like to test this app out if anyone can help me.

  • I paid $31.63 for a XBOX 360 and my mom got a 17 inch Sony laptop for $93.88 being delivered to our house tomorrow by FedEX. I will never again pay expensive retail prices at stores. I even sold a 46 inch HDTV to my boss for $650 and it only cost me $52.79 to get. Here is the website we using to get all this stuff, LiveCent.com

  • Anonymous

    Give me “Likes” if you are in the UNLIMITED plan! ;] 

    • Anonymous

      I paid $ 32.86 for a XBOX 360 and my mom got a 17 inch Sony laptop for $ 94.83 being delivered to our house tomorrow by FedEX. I will never again pay expensive retail prices at stores. I even sold a 46 inch HDTV to my boss for $ 650 and it only cost me $ 51.78 to get. Here is the website we using to get all this stuff,  http://to.ly/aPJW

  • thanks onavo, but im unlimited.  😉

  • Hey kellen, the RSS feed still has the old info.

  • EC8CH

    Seems to me that VZW should be obligated to include some type of real time data monitoring and warning before exceeding your plans data cap.

    If they are going to charge the second you go 1 byte over the cap, their customers should be provided with more control and information than what was provided during the unlimited data days.

    Just my opinion.

    • Info01

      u can set up notification in my account on vzw.com, and they will send ur text messange once u go over the limit

      • and by then they already charged you

        • EC8CH


          prior to charging your account, they should be required to prompt their customers for authorization.

        • Anonymous

          they alert at 50, 75, 90, 100, and 110 percent usage last i heard

          • EC8CH

            wow, really? I didn’t know that.  If that’s the case then good job VZW for giving your customers some service to make informed decisions on their bill. 

            I still think that once you reach your limit you should have to be prompted and give your approval before being billed for going over.

    • Guest

      hah yeah right.  they don’t have to do anything.  it’s up to YOU to not go over.

      you see at&t to tmob doing that?  hell no.

      • EC8CH

        I’m saying the laws regarding consumer protection are lacking in this area.

  • Steve

    Hmm. . . looks like someone is going to be on Onavo’s bad side after this.

    From the beta sign up page:

    ** You are NOT allowed to share publicly – either by a social network
    such as Facebook, Twitter, etc, or by email, text message or other
    communication form – any information about the app, including features,
    screenshots, capabilities, look&feel or any other app related
    topic, prior written consent from Onavo or until the app is officially
    released to the public.

    • Jeremy Gentry

      don’t worry, we people here at DL keep things on the DL…. LOL

    • Anonymous

      And this is me facepalming the hell out of myself.  Thank you for pointing this out. 🙂

    • yeah in the emails it is far less severe there, it is “P.S. No sharing on Twitter or Facebook just yet – this version has some top secret stuff just for you ;-)”

      But this isnt facebook 😛

      • Anonymous

        Sounds they didn’t mention Google+ or Droid Life. Nice.

  • Rusty

    is there a way to download the apk?

  • DroidzFX

    My data manger works well for those interested. It can be found in the Market. Be sure to connect to WiFi before you download to save those MBs.

  • Anonymous

    This seems like a pretty solid app, but I hope that anyone who might go over their data allowance were already grandfathered in. I hope it is a very long time before I have to start monitoring my usage.

    • barksdale

      So long as you signed a contract by July 7th 2011, you’re grandfathered in. I re-uped in may 🙂 but did so with a Tbolt :/

  • This seems pretty neat. Cheers to DL for pointing this out for those with VZW’s new plans. (Glad I still have my unlimited!)

    • Allen Smith

      Same I am glad i got grandfathered in. Just waiting for the Bionic to shot up.