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Does internet wifi or phone bills show website history?

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June 29, 2017 6:22PM

No. It is not be practical to report the internet history on a bill. Such a list can include hundreds of websites and links inside the web pages and thousands a month.

If you need to keep track of web usage, there are several options:

  • Use a (more expensive) firewall/router that accumulates web usage history and can report in a sorted fashion based on time or domain name or ip address.
  • Use a service that accumulates web history and allows the information to be retrieved. An example would be covenanteyes.com.

No, your browsing history does not show up on your Internet bill. If the bill shows any information about your usage, it will be the total amount of data used during the month.
No, your browsing history does not show up on your bill. The bill will show your data package allowance, and how much data you used. If you had any overages, that will also show. The actual sites you went on will be private from your bill. On some phones, your browsing history can be viewed directly from the device. Most phones have setting where you can turn on private browsing. That will prevent anything from storing on your phone's history.
No the bill does not show the sites you visited. It is illegal for the ISP to log that information.
No, not at all. In fact, NO website that you've ever visited should ever appear on your internet bill. Even if you've paid for websites, it will only appear on your credit card bill but not your internet bill. thanks
nope it don't so don't worry about it they can not see what websites you go on so don't worry about it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Everything that you do on the internet is recorded somewhere unless you make efforts to conceal your activities.

If the telepone company runs the ISP they will have access to the DNS request logs for your account which will list all and every wesbite or connections which you have made on your account.

Using an annonymiser (proxy) server will not prevent this information from being gathered by your ISP as they control the first hop. Security agencies and policeforces can then install a program which monitors your incomming and outgoing requests and can build a virtual screen copy of any http request (including unencrypted passwords).

The question is whether most ISP's unless ordered to do so by an agency or Police force, would bother to monitor your activities. It depends on the legality of the data which you are sending or receiving.
No, the internet history does not appear on the monthly bill. If you have the 3G internet coverage, it would only show up as you using the internet, and not what you used it for.

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July 20, 2014 12:03AM

No, your browsing history does not show up on your Internet bill. If the bill shows any information about your usage, it will be the total amount of data used during the month.