Help please for a silver surfer ?

  74elmtree 10:11 17 Dec 2009

I have 10GB a month limit with BT. My question is,I have a Bandwidth Meter that tells me I have used 10,218 MB's so far this month, How many MB's are there in a GB. Many thanks in advance.

  Taff™ 10:19 17 Dec 2009

Work on 1,000 Mb to a Gb (It`s actually 1024) which means you`re up against the limit.

  woodchip 12:07 17 Dec 2009


  anchor 12:39 17 Dec 2009

Answer is here, with a converter, (10gb=10240mb)

click here

As Taff said, you are on the limit.

  Terry Brown 14:44 17 Dec 2009

I'm suprised that BT does not have a system, that notifies you when you are approaching your monthly limit.

With a 10 GB limit, you must be downloading some heavy downloads. (music or Video ?)

If you go over the limit will BT charge you extra, or do they 'throttle' the speed?

  anchor 14:47 17 Dec 2009

You must be on Option 1. Advisory messages should be sent to you by BT.

More information here:

click here

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