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Netflix Data Usage FAQ

The amount of data Netflix uses depends on the video quality you stream. On average, Netflix consumes about 1 GB of data per hour for standard definition (SD) video, 3 GB per hour for high definition (HD) video, and up to 7 GB per hour for 4K Ultra HD video.
To check your Netflix data usage, go to your account settings and click on "Viewing activity." There, you will see the amount of data consumed by each title you have watched.
Yes, you can limit your Netflix data usage by adjusting your video quality settings, setting data usage limits in your account settings, or downloading titles for offline viewing while connected to Wi-Fi.
No, Netflix does not consume data when a video is paused. However, if you leave a video paused for an extended period, it may eventually time out, and a small amount of data will be used to reload the video when you resume.
To change your video quality settings, go to your account settings and click on "Playback settings." There, you can choose between Low, Medium, and High quality options. Lower quality settings consume less data.
Yes, Netflix allows you to download select titles to your device for offline viewing. This feature is available on most mobile devices and tablets. Downloading content while connected to Wi-Fi can help you save data.
The amount of data Netflix uses is primarily determined by the video quality settings and the duration of your viewing session, rather than the specific device you are using. However, streaming on devices with larger screens, such as TVs, may encourage higher quality settings, resulting in more data usage.
Most internet service providers offer tools to monitor your data usage. You can also use third-party apps or your device's built-in settings to track your data consumption across all applications.
If you exceed your data limit, your internet service provider may throttle your connection or charge you extra fees. It's important to monitor your usage and adjust your settings accordingly to avoid unexpected charges.