You might have been confused with Mbps and MBps. So let’s know what is the difference between Mbps and MBps.
Mbps = Megabits per second
MBps = Megabyte per second
The use of Mbps indicates Internet connection speed. While Mbps is used to specify how many files are downloaded / uploaded per second.
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It is important to know how long it takes to download any file if you are using 3 Mbps or 25 Mbps or 50 Mbps.
The data shown in this image states that if you download a movie in 1080p, it will take you 32 minutes to download at 50 Mbps. And only surfing the internet will take you less than 1 second.
How much internet speed do you need at home?
We will see here how much speed users of different types need.
Internet Speed for Ordinary Users
Emailing, surfing is the requirement of a normal user. 3 to 5 Mbps is enough for you to do this.
Moderate Internet use
If you download your mp3 songs and watch some short videos, then 6 to 18 Mbps is enough for you.
Users who use the Internet more.
If you prefer to watch high-definition video or gaming online or connect multiple devices at once, then 25+ Mbps will suffice for you.