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Download bytes calculator

How much data can you download per day? This calculator will show the number of bytes for lots of different bandwidth's. You can specify the amount of overhead to be taken into account. A realistic value for normal internet usage (average filesize less than 25KByte) is 50% overhead.

Tip: Save this page on your harddisk to use the calculator off-line.

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In data communications only the Metric definition of a kilobyte (1000 bytes per kilobyte) is correct. The binary definition of a kilobyte (1024 bytes per kilobyte) is used in areas such as data storage (harddisk, memory), but not for expressing bandwidth and throughput.