Videotron “Mobile usage” app for Android released

Ian Hardy

December 20, 2012 7:04am

Customers of regional carrier Videotron who have an Android device can now download their “mobile usage” app. This does what you’d think it would do – monitors your mobile usage. This app gives you a brief look at your daily usage, offers a 2-month comparison, plus gives you an estimation of the extra charges if you’re potentially going to have overages. The “Mobile Usage” app is compatible for Android devices – phones or tablets – running OS 2.1 or higher and Videotron puts a disclaimer that “The app allows you to monitor your mobile Internet usage and is for information purposes only.”

Source: Google Play

  • iphoneeee

    that no iOS

    • cybik

      No, it’s better.

  • dave

    On Wind.

    Nice not to need such an app.

  • Aidolon

    I personally like and use 3G Watchdog on my S3, but it’s nice to see a Canadian carrier developing useful standalone apps for Android.

    Note to Telus – stop wasting your time foisting crap like your “App House” on us, and more time developing useful optional content like this.

    • Hilman

      The TELUS My Account app is pretty good now, all it needs is a widget.

  • Brutux

    Great app !

    No settings to configure. It detects automatically the data plan that you have in their system.

  • PewZ

    years behind Rogers though

    • David

      Yea but with Rogers you can’t have a voice/sms/6go data plan for 45$/month.