This Week's Burning Question: How Much Data do you use on Average per Month?

This Week's Burning Question is a weekly feature where we ask a question or a poll of our readers to get everyone talking and strike up a conversation with our awesome users. We usually pick a hot topic to talk about as well. This week it's all about data usage.

The days of unlimited data are numbered. Or at least we think it is, but hope it isn't. Here in the US only T-Mobile and Sprint offer unlimited data. Now we know the differences between their networks, GSM vs CDMA. T-Mobile is usually faster, but both networks are rolling out LTE throughout the US. There are also those on Verizon and AT&T that are grandfathered into unlimited data. Which leads us to this week's burning question.

How much data do you use on average each month? For me it's around 40GB on T-Mobile each month. Mostly due to Google Play Music (now All Access), Google Play and Google+. So what we want to know is, how much data do you use per month and what kind of data plan do you have with which carrier? Vote in the poll below, and feel free to leave a comment down below as well. It'll be interesting to see how much data everyone uses.

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