Does firefox offer a text only of low data use browser for 3g usage
I have a netbook and want to be economical in data with a 3g data plan. Does firefox have a means of lowering wireless data usage perhaps with low res graphics and text coming from websites?
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Something like supplying low resolution images and the caching of the full resolution images (for call-up at will) is usually a service provided by the ISP; on dial-up land-line services it's called a "web accelerator" plugin and service. Check with your wireless company to see if they offer a feature like that for Firefox.
Take a look at the Image Block extension and see if that will be helpful to you. That's about all I can think of to do through Firefox. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5613/