Used over 500Gb this month, a lot of this is streaming Netflix at 15Mbps, ie 1.5Mb/s - that equates to 5.4Gb an hour of watching.
We do have 3 Sky boxes connected as well, a movie download is around 9Gb at the highest quality (which we get as our connections fast enough).
Often we download an entire TV box set at once, looking at 20 episodes at once.
Suggest you check your maths
15 Mbps IS NOT 1.5Mb/s and IS NOT 5.4 Gb and hour.
please educate us then and not just leave half whittled replies. As when I had 15mbps I got around 1.5MB/sec and that was 90MB in a minute and 5400MB in an hour.
But you say my calculator is rubbish at maths? or are you just doing the "a 1MB is 1024 KB" etc?
if so it would be 1536KB a second or 92.160MB a minute or 5529.6MB in an hour.
So please do tell us which method you use or how else do we know we are wrong.
Google says 1MB is 1000000 bytes
where as others say it is =1024 KB
Everyone is wrong then according to Google?