Large data bundles for high-speed internet
Large data bundles for fast internet
How big should a large data bundle be?
How big should a data bundle be?
Are you currently losing sales?
Because your customer does not have a fast internet connection and therefore cannot offer VoIP, cloud services, video services, etc.?
Or because the customer is located in an rural area and you think there is no alternative to fibre?
Because you do not have a partner who can set up highly specialised and heavily secured connections?
Not any more! We are here for you in Europe! With AirInternet.
AirInternet has a maximum speed of 600Mb/100Mb.
Which data bundle do we recommend?
There is no such thing as too big a bundle, because what you have is used.
Bundles that are too small make the connection slow quickly.
But what is too big and what is too small? And what is the ideal size for your customer?
To answer the question of what is too big and too small, you must first know what your customer needs. Contact us and we will think along with you. Without any obligation. Call +31 88 433 33 33 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Several large data bundles – variation in GB
With data bundles of 200, 400 and 1000 GB per month, we can offer the widest data bundles in the market.
Unlike the well-known 5GB per day, there is no daily limit on these subscriptions.
From day one, you will have access to the selected amount of data for the entire month.
This connection is not throttled when the monthly bundle limit is reached.
Where can I get this large data bundle?
We deliver our products all over Europe. We do this through a partner network. Contact us and we will put you in touch with a supplier. Order today and we will deliver tomorrow!
Call +31 88 433 33 33 or mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org Or Would you like to become a partner yourself? Of course you can!
And if the big data bundle runs out?
If the data bundle is exceeded (after automatic advance warnings at 50%, 75% and 100% usage), a new data bundle of 100GB is automatically activated.
The connection is never squeezed.
What is a GB in a data bundle anyway?
What are bits and bytes?
Computers use a binary code as the basis for all computation. The binary code is a kind of language consisting of sequences of ones and zeros. A bit represents a binary digit, which can be a 0 or 1. A byte consists of 8 bits. This series of eight is the smallest possible information unit. You can use it to make a letter, for example. Take the letter “Z”, which in binary code is 01111010. Software all works with these smallest information units (bytes). That is why file sizes and the sizes of storage media such as hard disks are indicated by bytes (kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes). But data is sent over the internet line per zero or one bit. Internet speeds are therefore indicated by bits (megabits, gigabits, etc.). The abbreviation for bit is a small b, and the abbreviation for byte is a large B.
According to the standard, “giga” means 1 billion; therefore, according to this definition, 1 GB equals 1,000,000 bytes.
The abbreviation Gbit stands for gigabit. The term Gbit is mainly used to express upload and download speeds. To give you an idea: downloading a YouTube film with an internet speed of 20 Mbps takes around four seconds.
A gigabyte is, you guessed it, bigger than a gigabit. To be precise, it is eight times as large. One gigabyte therefore consists of eight Gbits.
The abbreviation for gigabyte is GB. Logically, there is much confusion between gigabyte and gigabit.
On wikipedia there is the following explanation… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gigabyte
At QCS you get the bundle you are entitled to, we write Gb but you just get 1024 Mb for 1 Gb. Of course .