Google is wrong as 1Gb is 1024mb so if you have 10322.2 mb you have 10.08GB left of your data allowance
mb - millibits @madasaf1sh ? 😉
GB - GigaBytes
MB - MegaBytes
kb - kilobits
1 Byte = 8 bits
But yes, sellers of RAM and hard drives use a base10 multiplier to confuse:
10GB - 10x1000 MB - 10,000,000 kB
10GiB - 10x1024 MiB - 10,485,760 kiB
It soon adds up - and don't get me started on block size (on disk...🙄)
It has been one of those mornings, @madasaf1sh 😑
Do you have 2gb of base data and 10gb of bonus data?
If so, the system will still automatically tell you when you have used the 2gb of base data even though you haven't used your bonus data.
Only just logged back on....
I meant to write in the correct notation, I meant to go back and change it, but got distracted 😛
Mb (or MB)- MegaByte
Gb (or GB)- GigaByte
Tb (or TB)- TeraByte
Pb (or PB) - PetaByte
Eb (or EB) - Exabyte
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