Ever wonder why you’re constantly chewing through your data even when you’re mostly in wi-fi zones?
Turns out, there’s yet another sneaky tool that seems to be the culprit of exxy phone bills – and we didn’t even know about it.
It’s called ‘wi-fi assist’ and it’s located in the settings of all Apple iPhones.
Its purpose is to tap into your own data if the wi-fi signal you’re using is weak, so that you can have unbroken internet browsing.
Fortunately, there’s a quick and super-easy solution to change it.
Go to your settings and click on ‘mobile’.
Now you’re in ‘mobile’, scroll right down to the very bottom until you reach the ‘wi-fi assist’ tab. Turn this off.
Now you can enjoy using your data on your own terms.
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