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Q: How many kbps is 0.10mbps?

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There is no such unit as "Kbps". This, as opposed to "kbps" or "kBps". Please ask your service provider to hire educated professionals and not hacks.The calculation below is completely amateur and suspect, primarily due to its being based on unsubstantiated terminology and failing to validate assumptions (i.e. skipping steps)...1 Kb = 1000 bit128 Kb = 128000 bit/s128000 bit = 16000 byte16000 byte = 15.625 kB (kilobyte)/s15.625 kB = 0.0152587890625 MB (megabyte)/s0.91552734375 MB / minute (with some overhead, stopbits etc... this will be about 1 MB / minute)54.931640625 MB / hour1318.359375 MB / day+/- 39550.78125 MB / month = 38.623809814453125 GB / month

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how many kbps ? well that depends on the time... because kbps is kilobits "PER SECONDS" and you din't mention the TIME that it took.

768 kbps is equal to .768 mbps.

it will give you a download speed of 95 kbps or if u need simple coversion u get 0.74 multiplied by 1024= 757.76 kbps

KBps stands for kilobytes per second while kbps stands for kilobits per second. 56 KBps = 448 kbps 56 kbps = 7 KBps

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There are 1024 kbps in 1 mbps. The acronym kbps stands for kilobits per second while mbps stands for megabits per second.

54Mbps =54*1000 kbps (In actual 1KB=1024bytes) =54000 kbps =54000/8 KBps =6750 KBps (1Byte=8bits or 1B=8b) 54Mbps =54*1000 kbps (In actual 1KB=1024bytes) =54000 kbps =54000/8 KBps =6750 KBps (1Byte=8bits or 1B=8b)

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