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How do I estimate my Internet usage requirements?

Internet usage is the amount of data which is transferred between your computer or other device (e.g. smart phone, tablet) and the Internet over a certain amount of time. This amount of data is measured in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes and gigabytes.

Data usage will be accrued in bytes (B) where 1KB = 1000B, 1MB = 1000KB and 1GB = 1000MB and includes both uploads and downloads.

Below is a table to outline how much data is required for your internet usage. Please note this is an estimation only.

Plan 50 GB per month
250 GB per month
500 GB per month
Data Usage per activity
Hours spend browsing the Internet 750 3750 7500 5 MB per hour
Number of emails sent or received with attachments 3000 15000 30000 50 KB per email and attachment
Number of photos uploaded or downloaded 750 3750 7500 850 KB per photo
Number of songs uploaded or downloaded 1250 6250 12500 5 MB per song of 4-5 minutes
Hours of streaming videos (e.g. YouTube) 100 500 1000 120 MB per hour
Hours of streaming Internet radio 75 375 750 60 MB per hour
Number of movies downloaded 10 50 100 2 GB per Movie
Approximate Total Data Used 48.5 GB 242.5 GB 485 GB


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