Having access to the Internet on a smartphone is one of the greatest conveniences of our time, empowering us with information in even the most resolute places on Earth, but having mobile data on can also be a curse for your pocket. If your carrier enforces overage fees, you could end up paying tens and even hundreds of dollars if you don't keep tabs on your mobile data usage.
Sometimes, the easiest thing to do is to just turn off mobile data completely to avoid the risk of a background update or something else gobbling up your monthly allowance. Luckily, this is a task that's extremely easy to achieve on iOS, and only takes a couple of taps - you just have to know where it is.
We walk you through the few simple steps in this iOS 8 tutorial that would work on both the iPhone and iPad models with cellular data enabled. Take a look below.
How to enable or disable mobile data on iPhone or iPad (iOS tutorial)