So 1GB of data is equal to exactly 1,048,576KB.
Most mobile plans will offer you 500MB, 1GB or 5GB of data per month, but this can vary.
1GB per month falls somewhere in the middle, and is usually enough for the average mobile user.
How many hours does it take to use 1gb of data?
1GB (or 1024MB) of data lets you send or receive about 1,000 emails and browse the Internet for about 20 hours every month. (This limit relates only to your 1GB mobile data allocation; if you are an ‘inclusive mobile broadband customer’ you also get 2000 BT Wi-fi wi-fi minutes every month.)
Is 1.5 GB data enough?
At that rate, you’d burn through close to 1.5GB in an hour. Stream about 1 hour of standard-definition video per gigabyte. The app uses as much as 3GB per hour if streaming in HD.
How long does 20gb of data last?
Mobile Data Limits. A 20GB data plan will allow you to browse the internet for around 240 hours, to stream 4,000 songs or to watch 40 hours of standard-definition video.
How long does 12gb of data last?
With your 12GB of data, you’ll be able to browse the internet for approximately 144 hours per month, to stream 2,400 songs online or to watch 24 hours of online video in standard definition.