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Hello,

I am trying to figure out what level of internet service I need, and I have roughly figured out the VoIP, RDP and VPN usage, but am having a hard time trying to figure out regular internet usage.

I am more interested in at a moment throttling than a per month figure.

Can someone please tell me how many Kbps an average internet user at a business can use? You can exclude Media usages such as YouTube, as I know this is around 300Kbps for a high quality video.
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32-48 kbps at a good latency is generally good enough for opening normal websites.
for flash sites, 64 kbps is practically an overkill.
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glad i could help you.

just FYI, the figures i mentioned are in Kilo Bytes per Second.
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