Download time depends on the average speed of you internet connection. When you calculating download time, it’s also important to know that there is a big difference between Mbps and MBps. Mbps (or Mb/s or Mbit/s) stands for megabits per seconds. MBps (or MB/s) stand for megabytes for seconds. According to CalcPark.comhttps://calcpark.com/download-time-calculator/ Internet service providers always use the Mbps for communication the internet speed because it’s a larger number. So a 10 Mbps connection means 1.25 MBps.
Let’s say that you have a 10 Mbps internet connection which is typical know. To download 25 GB (gigabytes), you need to wait 5 hours 57 minutes 54 seconds. This is the minimum time because your actual download speed depends on many factors.
How long does it take to download 25 GB? Here is the answer to different internet connection speeds.
|Internet connection speed||Download Time for 25Gb*|
|1 Mb/sec||2 days 11 hours 39 minutes 8 seconds|
|5 Mb/sec||11 hours 55 minutes 49 seconds|
|10 Mb/sec||5 hours 57 minutes 54 seconds|
|20 Mb/sec||2 hours 58 minutes 57|
|50 Mb/sec||1 hour 11 minutes 34 seconds|
|100 Mb/sec||35 minutes 47 seconds|
|200 Mb/sec||17 minutes 53 seconds|
|500 Mb/sec||7 minutes 9 seconds|
|1 Gb/sec||3 minutes 34 seconds|
|5 Gb/sec||42 seconds|
|10 Gb/sec||21 seconds|
|20 Gb/sec||10 seconds|
|50 Gb/sec||4 seconds|
|100 Gb/sec||2 seconds|
*The time are theoretical. It’s impossible to use the entire bandwidth for the download a file.