Check the WhatsApp Network Usage on iPhone 6

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Hello, you are watching VisiHow. Today we're going to show you how to check your WhatsApp Network Usage on the iPhone 6. These statistics tell you how many messages you have sent and how many bytes you've exchanged since you started using the WhatsApp application.

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    Tap the WhatsApp icon to open it.
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    Open the Settings by pressing the gear-shaped icon in the bottom right corner of the phone.
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    Go to Account.
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    At the very bottom, you will see Network Usage.
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    This takes you to the WhatsApp statistics. It shows you how many messages sent and received, media bytes sent and received, message bytes sent and received and total bytes sent and received. If you want, you can take a screenshot, and then compare the statistics a month later.
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    That's how you check the statistics on your WhatsApp application while using the iPhone 6. Thanks for watching VisiHow. If you have any more questions please leave them in the section below. Thank you.
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Questions and Answers

Messages sent on WhatsApp not appearing on network usage?

Hi there my network usage on WhatsApp shows 0 messages sent when I have sent lots of messages. Would you know why? Thank you. My network usage updates all call received and outgoing, all messages received but not sent. I was wondering how that is possible. I have tried: I don't know what to try any suggestion would be appreciated. I think it was caused by: I have no idea what would cause the problem. I have changed 3 phones in a space of 2 months as they were manufacturer faults

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Categories : IPhone | Communications & Education

Recent edits by: Sp76, Eng, Crystal

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