Network Traffic Control Beta 2 for BlackBerry Smartphones Released

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S4BB Limited just released Network Traffic Control Beta 2 for BlackBerry® Smartphones. New features and a lot of improved were only possible because our fantastic beta testing crowd gave us such great feedback – kudos!

New Features and Changes:

  • Completely re-designed main screen with more information about your data traffic:
    • Radio traffic in, out and total today
    • WiFi traffic in, out and total today
    • Radio traffic in, out and total this month
    • WiFi traffic in, out and total this month
  • Traffic separation* between WiFi usage and data plan (network carrier) usage
  • Billing setup
    • Over-usage alarm (de)activation
    • First day of month of your telephone bill (this helps to calculate charges within a billing cycle)
    • Packages traffic (i.e. you have a 10 MB BlackBerry® Data Plan)
    • Price per KB thereafter (i.e. traffic charges when you use more than 10 MB of your data plan)
    • Maximum traffic fee (i.e. if you are OK to spend $10 on traffic more per month, you will get a notification when your monthly traffic is over $10)
  • Global over-usage notification
    • Homescreen notification icon: You will now see an “over-usage” icon in your BlackBerry® homescreen, you are over your monthly traffic maximum.
    • Global dialog notification: Whatever you are using right now and you exceed the traffic limit, a dialog will pop up and show a notification about traffic “over-usage”.
  • Runtime improvement: Network Traffic Control now runs in background without program icon. This saves a lot of resources and eventually makes your device faster.
  • Minor bug fixes

More information: Network Traffic Control for BlackBerry® Smartphones

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