# Gbps to Mbps Converter

Please enter the gigabit per second (Gbps) value to convert to Mbps.

1 Gbps = 1000 Mbps

Welcome to our online **gigabits per second to megabits per second conversion calculator**. This is just one of our *data transfer unit conversion* calculators which can be used to make virtually any kinds of conversions between digital data measurement units. This one is a simple online tool available and convenient for all kinds of gigabit per second to megabits per second conversions. To start your conversion operation, please, enter the value in **gigabit per second (Gbps)** to convert to **megabits per second (Mbps)**.

## How Many Megabits per second in a Gigabit per second?

1 Megabit/sec is equal to (Gigabit/sec)/1000.

**1 Gigabit/s = 1000 × Megabits/sec**.

Gbps : Gigabit per second (Gbit/s or Gb/s) Mbps : Megabit per second (Mbit/s or Mb/s) prefix mega : 1000^{2}prefix giga : 1000^{3}1 megabit = 1000^{2}bits 1 gigabit = 1000^{3}bits 1 gigabit = 1000^{3-2}megabits 1 gigabit = 1000 megabits 1 gigabit/second = 1000 megabits/second 1 Gbps = 1000 Mbps

### Gbps to Mbps Conversion Table

Gigabit per second | Megabit per second |
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1 Gbps | 1,000 Mbps |

2 Gbps | 2,000 Mbps |

3 Gbps | 3,000 Mbps |

4 Gbps | 4,000 Mbps |

5 Gbps | 5,000 Mbps |

6 Gbps | 6,000 Mbps |

7 Gbps | 7,000 Mbps |

8 Gbps | 8,000 Mbps |

9 Gbps | 9,000 Mbps |

10 Gbps | 10,000 Mbps |

11 Gbps | 11,000 Mbps |

12 Gbps | 12,000 Mbps |

13 Gbps | 13,000 Mbps |

14 Gbps | 14,000 Mbps |

15 Gbps | 15,000 Mbps |

16 Gbps | 16,000 Mbps |

17 Gbps | 17,000 Mbps |

18 Gbps | 18,000 Mbps |

19 Gbps | 19,000 Mbps |

20 Gbps | 20,000 Mbps |

21 Gbps | 21,000 Mbps |

22 Gbps | 22,000 Mbps |

23 Gbps | 23,000 Mbps |

24 Gbps | 24,000 Mbps |

25 Gbps | 25,000 Mbps |

26 Gbps | 26,000 Mbps |

27 Gbps | 27,000 Mbps |

28 Gbps | 28,000 Mbps |

29 Gbps | 29,000 Mbps |

30 Gbps | 30,000 Mbps |

31 Gbps | 31,000 Mbps |

32 Gbps | 32,000 Mbps |

33 Gbps | 33,000 Mbps |

34 Gbps | 34,000 Mbps |

35 Gbps | 35,000 Mbps |

36 Gbps | 36,000 Mbps |

37 Gbps | 37,000 Mbps |

38 Gbps | 38,000 Mbps |

39 Gbps | 39,000 Mbps |

40 Gbps | 40,000 Mbps |

41 Gbps | 41,000 Mbps |

42 Gbps | 42,000 Mbps |

43 Gbps | 43,000 Mbps |

44 Gbps | 44,000 Mbps |

45 Gbps | 45,000 Mbps |

46 Gbps | 46,000 Mbps |

47 Gbps | 47,000 Mbps |

48 Gbps | 48,000 Mbps |

49 Gbps | 49,000 Mbps |

50 Gbps | 50,000 Mbps |

Gigabit per second | Megabit per second |
---|---|

51 Gbps | 51,000 Mbps |

52 Gbps | 52,000 Mbps |

53 Gbps | 53,000 Mbps |

54 Gbps | 54,000 Mbps |

55 Gbps | 55,000 Mbps |

56 Gbps | 56,000 Mbps |

57 Gbps | 57,000 Mbps |

58 Gbps | 58,000 Mbps |

59 Gbps | 59,000 Mbps |

60 Gbps | 60,000 Mbps |

61 Gbps | 61,000 Mbps |

62 Gbps | 62,000 Mbps |

63 Gbps | 63,000 Mbps |

64 Gbps | 64,000 Mbps |

65 Gbps | 65,000 Mbps |

66 Gbps | 66,000 Mbps |

67 Gbps | 67,000 Mbps |

68 Gbps | 68,000 Mbps |

69 Gbps | 69,000 Mbps |

70 Gbps | 70,000 Mbps |

71 Gbps | 71,000 Mbps |

72 Gbps | 72,000 Mbps |

73 Gbps | 73,000 Mbps |

74 Gbps | 74,000 Mbps |

75 Gbps | 75,000 Mbps |

76 Gbps | 76,000 Mbps |

77 Gbps | 77,000 Mbps |

78 Gbps | 78,000 Mbps |

79 Gbps | 79,000 Mbps |

80 Gbps | 80,000 Mbps |

81 Gbps | 81,000 Mbps |

82 Gbps | 82,000 Mbps |

83 Gbps | 83,000 Mbps |

84 Gbps | 84,000 Mbps |

85 Gbps | 85,000 Mbps |

86 Gbps | 86,000 Mbps |

87 Gbps | 87,000 Mbps |

88 Gbps | 88,000 Mbps |

89 Gbps | 89,000 Mbps |

90 Gbps | 90,000 Mbps |

91 Gbps | 91,000 Mbps |

92 Gbps | 92,000 Mbps |

93 Gbps | 93,000 Mbps |

94 Gbps | 94,000 Mbps |

95 Gbps | 95,000 Mbps |

96 Gbps | 96,000 Mbps |

97 Gbps | 97,000 Mbps |

98 Gbps | 98,000 Mbps |

99 Gbps | 99,000 Mbps |

100 Gbps | 100,000 Mbps |

my internet is 50 mbps, what is that in gb?

my question is VF Cable 250.000 and 50 Mbitls wich one has more internet or which one is Faster please reply and tell me i have to buy one thank you

I have Hughesnet with 30 GB and I want to switch to Centurytel with 10 MBPS...will I be alot slower

My internet speed as of todate is 710kbps, is it fast speed or not. Help.

@concerned... You are also incorrect in terms of data transfer speeds. 1Gbp/s is 1000Mbp/s or 125MBp/s. Formula (1000Mbps/8=125MBps) 8 being used b/c Like the bits to bytes ratio, 8 megabits equals 1 megabyte. In terms of storage you are correct and base 2 (1024 kilobyte = 1.024 megabyte) is used for addressing purposes along with many other reasons.

@Actually85Factually,,,You are incorrect. In your post you are speaking in GIGABYTES (GBp/s) not GIGABIT (Gbp/s). In terms of data transfer speeds 8 is the key number to multiply and divide by to determine speeds. 1GBp/s = 8000Mbp/s, 1Gbp/s = 1000Mbp/s or 125MBp/s (1000Mbps /8 = 125MBps) respectively. But in terms of storage, factually 1024, is the key number used for kilobytes, megabytes, bits etc etc. 1024KB = 1.024MB, 1024MB = 1.024GB and so on and so on. Hope this helps someone understand a little better. Cheers.

Can we please stop using Mbps for data rates of modern residential high-speed Internet connections and just use MBps? I vote for MBps. Please change it.

@Concerned

The kibibit is a multiple of the bit, a unit of digital information storage, using the standard binary prefix kibi, which has the symbol Ki, meaning 210.

The unit symbol of the kibibit is Kibit.

1 kibibit = 210 bits = 1,024 bits[3]

The kibibit has existed since 1998 and is closely related to the kilobit, which is equal to 103 bits = 1,000 bits. However, a kibibit is 1024 bits. Likewise, a kibibyte is 1,024 bytes.

The binary prefixes form part of the International System of Quantities (ISQ).[4]

Actually 1 GB/s would equal 1024 Mbps if you wanted to be technically and factually accurate. We tend to round for the sake of those who struggle mathematically. For example, 10 GB/s would actually be equal to 10,240 Mbps.

Thank you, Concerned. I, too, am concerned at the proliferation of this flagrant inaccuracy.

"1 Gigabit/s = 1000 × Megabits/sec." This statement is not true at all. Why do you list these conversions in base10 when anyone with rudimentary knowledge of networking knows that base2 is how these numbers are calculated. Why do you persist with this inaccurate data?

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