I have just moved and am looking at broadband packages.
I found a couple of suitable ones but both have a 10Gb per month download limit. I am not in the habit of downloading loads of video material so that kind of thing won't take up much of the allowance but I am wondering how much data EVE collects over the connection while logged on.
I am assuming that if you spend all your EVE-time in major fleet battles the data volumes would be dramatically higher than for a pilot mining all by himself in a system.
Does anyone have any kind of figures for a rough volume of data per hour?
Basically what I want to know is, if I have two characters logged on for 6 hours a day every day doing a range of stuff, roughly how much of the 10Gb per month allowance would I use up?
EDIT: I ditched the 10Gb plan and went for a 40Gb plan instead - a bit more expensive but the last thing I need is to not have any allowance left for the last week of every month! I'd be surprised if I ever bust 40Gb in a month - even with dl'ing the client a couple of times!