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    I am on the Verizon Share Everything Plan, which uses a shared data pool. I am planning to add my mother and brother soon.

    Will Data Sense support showing used data when multiple lines are pulling from the same pool? In other words, is it only measuring the data used on that device (which would be useless in this scenario) or is it actually getting the info from Verizon and showing what all three phones have used? I have a feeling it's the former...

    Thanks!
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    I would think that it does support the Verizon shared data plans. There's gotta be a reason that Verizon is the first one to get Data Sense. Maybe they were the first to get their network compatible with it.
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    I'd think it would be getting it from the local device, considering it breaks it down by app. I guess there is a way Verizon could have that information as well, but it doesn't seem likely to me.

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