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    Default How much can you download mtn lite uncapped

    Im considering getting mtn lite uncapped and was wondering how much I could download if I was to download for 24/7. The max speed after the 3gb is 256kbps I think.

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    Around 2GB per day, that's at around 20-25KB/s or 200Kbps, which is a realistic figure. So that x by 29 days (assuming you finish 3GB on day 1, and you're downloading 24/7/365) gives you a whole of 60GB. But to be realistic, you can do at least 40GB, if you've told yourself you're going to download.

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    I have the lite package for lite home use. If you looking to download tons go 384 adsl uncapped. I was getting 150gb per month out of mweb 24/7/365.

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    40Kb*60*60*24*30=103 gig

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspa View Post
    I have the lite package for lite home use. If you looking to download tons go 384 adsl uncapped. I was getting 150gb per month out of mweb 24/7/365.
    Bloody agent. Don't come here with your deceitful tendencies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspa View Post
    I have the lite package for lite home use. If you looking to download tons go 384 adsl uncapped. I was getting 150gb per month out of mweb 24/7/365.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buyeye View Post
    40Kb*60*60*24*30=103 gig
    150Gb per month on a 384 line?

    Share your method, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khanya View Post
    Bloody agent. Don't come here with your deceitful tendencies.
    Seriouse tho, I'm sure the line is not getting throttled now....... But once they start the forum will be full of people bitching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyD View Post
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    150Gb per month on a 384 line?

    Share your method, please.
    Torrents fluctuate..... At niight you can squeez 45....46Kb/s

    My point was that after having both the adsl is more stable with consistent dl speeds. But having the mobility of a uncapped mobile solution is awesome. It all depends what you need to do with the connection.

    Let's jus hope like hell the speeds stay as they are :-)

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    Let's look at a perfect world.

    48KB/s x 86400s = 4.5GB
    4.5GB x 30d = 135GB. This is impossible on a 384Kbps line or account.

    Now if you were to get 150GB, you'd have to be running at 1024KB x 150MB = 153600MB / 30d = 5120MB/day / 86400s = 59.3Kbps (far off from your 46KB/s) constantly for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 30 days a month, 365 days per year, WITHOUT ANY SLOW DOWNS.

    Your download meter Mr. is lying to you. That's the only explanation.
    Last edited by Slab; 19-02-2012 at 09:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caspa View Post
    Torrents fluctuate..... At niight you can squeez 45....46Kb/s
    Still physically impossible.

    My point was that after having both the adsl is more stable with consistent dl speeds. But having the mobility of a uncapped mobile solution is awesome.
    Agreed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyD View Post
    Still physically impossible.


    Agreed.
    Trying to play mind tricks with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khanya View Post
    Trying to play mind tricks with us.
    Hehe..... The uncapped conspiracy theory's

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