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Old 01-10-2015
Gill 22
 
Unanswered: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Mere Kol Tan Hoyi Ni Ajje

Tusi Dso Kihde Kihde Kol Speed Up Ho Gyi?

 
Old 01-10-2015
smart_guri
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

pta nhi ji

 
Old 01-10-2015
manpi11
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

nei aje ta ni sloww ho gya aaj ta agey nalo v

 
Old 01-10-2015
[JUGRAJ SINGH]
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Today




 
Old 01-10-2015
Android
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

savere slow si

hun ayi a 2Mbps

 
Old 01-10-2015
Gill Saab
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Originally Posted by Ginni Singh View Post
savere slow si

hun ayi a 2Mbps
speed kida check hougi

 
Old 01-10-2015
Android
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Originally Posted by Mr.Gill View Post
speed kida check hougi
khuch vi download karke dekhla speed aju

nhi online check karla speedresults google karla othe dekhla


baki note karo Upto 2Mbps means hamesha 2mb nhi rahegi speed

 
Old 01-10-2015
Er.Dhiman
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

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Old 01-10-2015
Gill 22
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Speed Test Ch Tan Mere Kol V 1Mbps Ton Upar Dasda Pr Download 100 to 150Kbps Tak Hi Kr Reha

 
Old 01-10-2015
JobanJit Singh Dhillon
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Download speed 200kbps to upper aaa

 
Old 01-10-2015
userid139949
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Originally Posted by Gill 22 View Post
Speed Test Ch Tan Mere Kol V 1Mbps Ton Upar Dasda Pr Download 100 to 150Kbps Tak Hi Kr Reha
The confusion is mainly due to bytes and bits. These are two different ways of measuring data and although they sound similar 1 byte is actually 8 bits. To help reduce some confusion, bytes and bits are displayed differently in acronym form. Bytes use capitalised B while bits use lower case b.

1 byte is 1B
1 bit is 1b
Instead of having very long numbers we round up bytes into Kilobytes (KB) and Megabytes (MB).

1 kilobyte = 1000 bytes = 1KB
1 megabyte = 1000000 bytes = 1MB

lets also round up bits into kilobits (Kb) and megabits (Mb).

1 kilobit = 1000 bits = 1Kb
1 megabit = 1000000 bits = 1Mb

The speed in which data is transferred over the internet is measured in bytes per second (B/s) or bits per second (bps). Many companies choose to display their speeds in bps as the numbers appear larger. Your internet connection has two different speeds, a download speed and an upload speed. Internet service providers tend to give you their maximum download speed; this shows how fast your computer could download a song or a web page in optimum circumstances. However if you plan to place files on the cloud you should also take note of your ISPs upload speed; this shows how fast data can be transferred from your computer to the internet.When uploading files to your favourite file hoster you may see a speed of 125KB/s, this actually the same as a speed of 1Mbps. As previously explained this is because 1 byte is the same as 8 bits.

Trivial calc. can be seen below:

125KB/s = 125,000 bytes of data per second.
1Mbps = 1,000,000 bits of data every second.
125,000 bytes x 8 = 1,000,000 bits

The up/down speed can be affected by a range of factors, these include the distance from your computer to the data centre and whether your Internet provider is purposely throttling your internet speeds. Some providers will reduce internet speeds at different times of the day, which will reduce your speed once you have downloaded a certain amount of content, or will throttle certain services. If you have many computers downloading or uploading files on a network it will also affect the speed of your connevtion.

If you want to check out how fast your current internet connection is from your internet service provider, please go to Speedtest.net by Ookla - The Global Broadband Speed Test and press the begin test on the image. (note: The speed test will default to your current location or nearest available server).

I hope this will clear the confusion -pertaining to what you have stated in your post.

 
Old 02-10-2015
JobanJit Singh Dhillon
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

kine gb tak speed 2mb tak rahe gi

 
Old 02-10-2015
[JUGRAJ SINGH]
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

W.e.f. 1st October 2015, BSNL upgrades the Bandwidth from 512 Kbps Flat to minimum 2 Mbps speed for certain ADSL Broadband plans currently being offered to all the existing and new Broadband customers as below:


BBG UL 545
512 Kbps Flat
Upto 2 Mbps till 1 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BBG Combo UL 675
512 Kbps Flat
Upto 2 Mbps till 1 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BBG Rural Combo UL 650
512 Kbps Flat
Upto 2 Mbps till 1 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BB Home UL 645 CS35
512 Kbps Flat
Upto 2 Mbps till 1 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BB Home Combo UL 775 CS36
512 Kbps Flat
Upto 2 Mbps till 1 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BBG Combo UL 5500 CS73
512 Kbps Flat
Upto 2 Mbps till 1 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BBG Combo ULD 845
1 Mbps till 6 GB, 512 Kbps beyond
Upto 2 Mbps till 6 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

BB Home Combo ULD 899 CS37
1 Mbps till 6 GB, 512 Kbps beyond
Upto 2 Mbps till 6 GB, 512 Kbps beyond

 
Old 04-10-2015
JobanJit Singh Dhillon
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

fer to speed 2mbps hoge

 
Old 04-10-2015
Dhillon
 
Re: BSNL Speed Up Or Not?

Download Remaining with High(FUP-original)Speed
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Par speed 2MB aa rahi.


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