Yes, over five times faster. Compare 2048 kbps to 384 kbps. See?
NOT 100% :p
Verizon offers four different levels of high speed internet based on download and upload rates. First, 0.5 to 1 Mbps Download and 384 Kbps Upload. Second, 1.1 to 3 Mbps Download and 384 Kbps Upload, Third, 3.1 to 7 Mbps Download and 768 Kbps Upload. Lastly, 7.1 to 15 Mbps Download and 768 Kbps Upload.
Dial-Up: 56 kbps DSL: 128 kbps - 8 mbps Cable: up to 400 mbps 2G: 384 kbps 3G: 3.6 mbps 3.5G: 14.4 mbps 4G: 21 mbps
Radio Service offers speeds up to 114 Kbps. Enhanced Data Rates up to 384 Kbps. downlink speeds up to 1.92 Mbps. Terrestrial Radio Access is 100 Mbps.
38 kbps= 384/8 KBps ie 52 Kbps. Its the download speed. I bought this phone thinking speed is 384 KBPS but it was 384 kbps. Its a low modem speed but nice if you get full speed. I am a docomo user but getting only 15 KBps now. Was getting between 55-85 KBPs speed.
up to 14,4 kbps in GSM CSD, in GPRS 57,6 kbps, in EDGE (type 1MS) 236,8 kbps and in UMTS 384 kbps.
100 Mbps is faster by a factor of about 250.
Yes, but the quality isn't not going to be good. It's kind of like driving a golf cart on a highway; it'll get you where you need to go but it's not exactly the optimal form of transportation. 384 or 512 kbps would be much, much better (or 1.5 to 2 Mbps IP)
it is enough for surfing or downloading some songs or some softwares etc but it is better than dial up 56k or 144 kbps modem...... That's an extremely slow speed :/ I try to run at least 1 MB per second. check with your service provider. I use Comcast and on average get 1.2-1.5 MBPS Otherwise I wouldn't be able to do online gaming.
That is 384 ounces
49.9KB/s. Hope this is helpful.
12 quarts equal 384 fluid ounces.
384 ounces because 16 ounces in a pound 16 X 64 = 384
3 gallons is 384 fluid ounces.