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How Fast is 10 Megabits Per Second?

It is a hard question to answer, because every people uses internet in their own way. If you just surf the web, read and write blogs, check your e-mails, stream standard definition contents and download small files, then yes, 10Mbps internet would be fine for you. But 10Mbps won’t be enough for business usage. And it would be slow for two or more users at home. Especially, if you like to stream HD videos, play online games and download large files, you will need faster internet speed.

10 Megabits internet speed allows you to download 1.25 Megabyte per second. That means 1.250 KB and 0.00125 GB per second.

If you choose an internet package with 10Mbps, then you can download a 1GB file within 14 minutes or so. 

You can use our tool to convert megabits per sec (Mbps) to megabytes per sec (MB/s).

10 Mbps = 1.25 MB/s

16 Mbps = 2 MB/s

24 Mbps = 3 MB/s

35 Mbps = 4.375 MB/s

50 Mbps = 6.25 MB/s

100 Mbps = 12.5 MB/s

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