BobLowry wrote:I use a great thing called DropBox. It is free. You upload your files and then tell dropbox who can view and download them. You can view and use your own data in dropbox from any computer. They have a paid version too.
Most broadband here is 3MB/sec with some 4 MB. There is also a small amount of 10MB/sec but it is rare.
Although a bit into the details, most connections are rated between 2 Mb/s and 4 Mb/s which should be written with a lower case b. There is a huge difference between the two in that 1 MB/s is 8 times faster than 1Mb/s.
MB = mega BYTE
Mb = mega BIT
8 bits in 1 byte hence the connection speed with a capital B is not accurate. Now you know why when you have a 4Mb connection that your speed is actually 512Kilobytes/second.
As for the OP, most internet cafes have terribly slow internet and I doubt anyone actually measures them. I'm sure it will take some time to upload it, but fortunately they don't cost too much either.