Dial-up modems max out at 53 kilobits per second (Kbps), but most have average speeds at about 32 Kbps and efficiency is affected by line noise and other factors.
A-capable devices and 400-700 Kbps (download) and 60-80 Kbps (upload) for EV-DO Rev. 0-capable devices, may still vary, as will coverage.
This maximum downstream or Internet to customer speed is about 8 Mbps, with upstream speeds are about 640 kilobits per second (Kbps).
The Value package offers download and upload speeds of 512 Kbps and 128 Kbps and has a download allowance of 7,500 MB for the month.
Their Basic setup operates at a maximum download and upload speed of 1.0 Mbps and 200 Kbps and has a download allowance of 200 MB.
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Normal dialup connections only allow one function at a time at a maximum speed of 56 kilobytes per second (kbps), AKA 56K.
The Select package gives you download and upload speeds of 1.0 Mbps and 200 Kbps and a download allowance of 12,000.
The Pro plan has a maximum download and upload speeds of 1.5 Mbps and 256 Kbps with a 17,000 MB download allowance.
The Power 200 has a maximum download and upload speed of 2.0 Mbps and 300 Kbps and a download allowance of 400 MB.