The survey intends to see how much data storage space we actually use on our smartphones.
It is taking place in response to the news that network provider O2 has abandoned its unlimited data plan in favour of a cap at 500MB/month.
However many have users realised that they use a lot less than that amount (the Macformat journalist only uses 165MB/month).
So will a loss of unlimited data in fact prove expensive? You should participate in the survey to find out.
To work out how much data you use on an iPhone is quite simple. You just press General > Usage and scroll to the bottom. The figures you need are under cellular network data. The late reset date shows from when the figures have last been tracked.
Macformat also listed some of the best smartphone deals.
The HTC Desire on T-Mobile gives 1GB internet usage on an 18 month Pay Monthly contract with unlimited Web, for £25 per month.
The HTC Desire on Orange gives 500MB internet usage on an 18 month Pay Monthly contract for £25 per month.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 with 3 Mobile has a 24 month contract with Internet Texter allowance of 500, 500MB internet usage and a free handset for £20.00 per month.
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