Do you have an iPhone? Have you updated to iOS 9.0.1? If so, you will want to change a “default” setting asap. Especially if your data plan is NOT unlimited (mine is not and I since I use my phone for data constantly I go over EVERY month, ugh!), you will want to toggle OFF this feature!
You see, iOS 9.0.1 has this default setting tucked waaaaay behind the scenes. It’s called Wi-Fi Assist. It’s default setting allows your phone to seamlessly use your cellular data when your WiFi signal is POOR.
This potentially could majorly rack up cellular data without you even realizing it!
Thankfully, the fix is quick and easy and I’m going to walk you through it.
Step 1: Go into your settings
Step 2: Go into “Cellular”
Step 3: Scroll waaaaaay down to the bottom
Step 4: Toggle the Wi-Fi Assist so it is no longer lit up green.
You are done!
Congrats, you have just saved yourself some super expensive data bills.
PS: Apparently Apple not only KNOWS about this issue, they don’t seem to think it’s a problem at all.