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Anbo

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Ok. I recently saw a commercial for verizon DSL and they said "Now you can get up to 5 megs!" I was wondering. Do they mean 5 Mbps? or 5 MBps? Because, my LAN runs at 100 Mbps, and It seemed weird that they advertise like that. Or, was It a dial up commercial and I got confused. But, kevin rose (on his podcast) said his cable internet gets up to 5 megs?

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Megabits per second.

http://www.maths.hsc..._calculator.php

5 Megabits per second is approximately a 640 kilobyte per second download speed.
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