Below is a simple tool that allows you to convert Kbit (Kbit / Kb) to Megabits (Mbit / Mb).

Simply enter the Kbit (Kbit / Kb) value into the first field and press the convert button to convert to Megabits (Mb).

What is a Kilobit (Kbit)?

A kilobit, or 125 bytes, is a very small unit of digital information storage or data transfer. It is equal to 1,000 bits. With the commonly used abbreviation kbps, units like kilobit are typically used for measuring data rates, data transfer, or scaling the amount of information that is transmitted per second.

Note that in the context of computer memory, a kilobit is typically defined as 1,024 bits, following the binary system convention. However, for data transfer rates, the decimal system (base 10) is typically used.

What is a Megabit (Mbit)?

A megabit is a unit of measurement for the transmission or storage of digital information.

Also known as Mbit, a megabit is like a big digital bucket that can hold about a million bits of information. We often use megabits to talk about the speed of internet connections and network transfer rates.

Megabit has the shortened symbol of Mb, and is equal to 1000 kilobits, or 106 bits.

For example, if you’ve got a 20 Mbit per second download speed, that means you can scoop up 20 million bits of information from the internet every single second.

That’s a whole lot of cat videos!