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    Mbps speed test where

    This is a discussion on Mbps speed test where within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I tested My Broadband Internet Speed in the site http://www.ip-details.com/internet-speed-test/ it shows the Results accurately,fastly in Kbps .The results are ...

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      Mbps speed test where

      I tested My Broadband Internet Speed in the site http://www.ip-details.com/internet-speed-test/ it shows the Results accurately,fastly in Kbps .The results are Uploading Speed is 555Kbps,Downloading Speed is 1456Kbps But now i want the Site the check the speed in MBPS..where can i test it help me?Thanks In advance.


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      Re: Mbps speed test where

      Quote Originally Posted by sasitharoor View Post
      I tested My Broadband Internet Speed in the site IP Details.com : Internet Speed test it shows the Results accurately,fastly in Kbps .The results are Uploading Speed is 555Kbps,Downloading Speed is 1456Kbps But now i want the Site the check the speed in MBPS..where can i test it help me?Thanks In advance.
      The site you link to is just another link to the main Speedtest.net site. Which has to be said is absolutely pants.
      If you want a reliable speed test then use the one provided on Skyuser.
      Or use the test download from Thinkbroadband

      re kbps to mbps do the math yourself.
      In base 2 (binary) there are 1024 bits in a kilobit, and 1024 kilobits in a megabit. So in that case you would divide by 1024 to convert kilobit to megabit.

     

     

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