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To limit the bandwidth, switch from 3G to 2G. You will still have internet connectivity but It will be slower, hence taking a longer time to use up your monthly internet traffic. The bonus is that using 2G will probably also increase battery duration as it consumes less power than 3G. On the other side, you can install a browser that has an option to load ...
If you have root access for your android device, you can use "BradyBound" app. Which is available on playstore for free. You can simply limit the bandwidth using this app. If you doesn't have root access, try "Bandwidth ruler free" (BWR). This free version of the app doesn't have access to all features.
The hassle free and simple way is to install a launcher which lets you launch "tasks" like Holo Launcher. Just long press Desktop -> Shortcuts -> Activities -> Settings. Once under Settings you might have to dig in to grab the right one. It's a bit tricky but once done, you are all set. I haven't tried it on my new Android but works great on my older GB ...
In your mobile network settings ensure that data in roaming is enabled and working. Secondly, the data channel option will be there in the mobile while addressing the APN and advanced settings. In that option you choose your service provider channel.
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