Just been checking the download speed on my PC and the readings were download 10,400 kbps and upload 664 kbps how does that translate in megabytes not sure how you convert them.
Wow I must have read your mind.
Upload between 6mb and 7 mb and if you are with Virginmedia it is supposed to be going up to 10mb upload speed free.
Just to further X7-250's point, 1 byte = 8 bits.Hence 10 megaBITs = 1.25 megaBYTEs (and "10,400 kbps" means 10,400 kilobits per second which is approx equal to 10 megabits per second).
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