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Throughput       data/hour      data/day       data/month    data/year
---------------  ------------   ------------   ------------  ------------
128 Kbit/sec     58.3 MByte     1.4 GByte      41.5 GByte    505.6 GByte
1 Mbit/sec       450 MByte      10.8 GByte     324 GByte     3.8 TByte
20 Mbit/sec      4.2 GByte      100.8 GByte    6.48 TByte    78.8 TByte
100 Mbit/sec     21 GByte       504.0 GByte    32.4 TByte    394.0 TByte
1 Gbit/sec       450 GByte      10.8 TByte     324 TByte     3.94 PByte
40 Gbit/sec      18 TByte       432.0 TByte    12.9 PByte    157.6 PByte
1 Tbit/sec       360 TByte      10.8 PByte     324 PByte     3.94 EByte

200 GByte a month is about 610 Kbit/sec ("kbps") continuous.
24 TByte a month is about 74 MBit/sec continuous.

Networks must be provisioned for "peak use" periods, which likely correlate for
users in the same region, so enforcing or charging for total throughput doesn't
seem to make much sense?


Rate        Latency     ops/hour    ops/day     1 mil ops   100 mil ops
---------   ---------   ---------   ---------   ----------- ------------
1/sec       1 sec       3.6k        86.4k       11.6 days   3.17 years
20/sec      50 ms       72k         1.7mil      13.8 hours  57.5 days
100/sec     10 ms       360k        8.6mil      2.7 hours   11.25 days
250/sec     4 ms        0.9mil      21.6mil     1.1 hours   4.58 days
1k/sec      1 ms        3.6mil      86.4mil     16.6 min    27.6 hours