I'm looking at signing up with Time Warner for internet service. Here is a link with three available contracts and their speeds.
The way I always understood mbps, it means megabits per second. Is this incorrect?
Because Time Warner is stating their speeds like this: 15/1 mbps and 50/5 mbps.
Looking at those two numbers, I would guess that reads as 15 megabits per second and 50 megabits per 5 seconds.
Sigh. That would make the cheap plan the fastest. Which can't be right, can it?
Searching their site hasn't been helpful. Trying to call them is even worse.
I'm soo confused.
Any help would be appreciated. I just want the cheapest plan that will allow me to stream Netflix, which is the most intensive thing I do online. I don't download movies, do bit torrent stuff, or play games.
Thank you if you can advice.