A good internet speed is at or above 25 Mbps. These speeds will support most online activity, such as HD streaming, online gaming, web browsing and downloading music.
Netflix recommends a 3 Mbps connection for one standard-quality stream and 5 Mbps for a high-definition stream. Two simultaneous HD quality streams would need around 10 Mbps, and so on. If you use the internet just for general web surfing, emailing and social media you won’t need much more than 1 Mbps.
4-6 mbps: Will provide a good Web surfing experience. 6-10 mbps: Usually an excellent Web surfing experience. Generally quick enough to stream a 1080p (high-def) video. 10- 20 mbps: More appropriate for a “super user” who wants a reliable experience to stream content and/or make fast downloads.
75 Mbps delivers approximately 8.94 MB/second. One to two people can share a connection at a time, but more will slow it down. The latest iTunes update at 255 MB would take about 28 seconds to download with 75 Mbps internet.
Internet speeds in the 100–200 Mbps range are considered to be good, since they can handle common uses like streaming and video chat for 2–5 users at once. Speeds above 200 Mbps and up into the 1,000 Mbps range are considered to be faster than average, and can support five or more users.
So, you want to watch it in full HD qualitiy, so you could connect your PC to your TV and watch it on big screen. The movie in full qualitiy unripped would be around 4.5 to 5 GB big. For you, it shouldn’t be a problem, the download will be done in less than two minutes. So yes, that is extremelly fast.
The minimum required speed for streaming Netflix is 3 Mbps for SD (standard definition) quality. Netflix recommends at least 5 Mbps for HD quality and 25 Mbps for Ultra HD or 4K quality. And while 25 Mbps might be enough for watching Netflix, remember that that’s enough internet speed for only watching Netflix.
How many Mbps do you really need?
|Number of devices||Use Cases||Recommended Download Speed|
|1-2||Web surfing, email, social networking, moderate video||Up to 25 Mbps|
|3-5||Online multiplayer gaming, 4K streaming||50 – 100 Mbps|
|More than 5||All of the above plus sharing large files and live streaming video.||150 to 200 Mbps|
Generally, you need about 7-8 mbps for streaming, and about 5mbps for gaming, though higher is obviously better. So you should be fine.
Netflix requires 3 Mbps to watch standard-definition shows or 5 Mbps to watch in high definition. With up to 20 Mbps, two people can comfortably stream on separate devices in HD. Consider a plan with higher speeds if you have more than two or three people or devices in your household.
Zoom is very flexible when it comes to bandwidth — visit the Zoom bandwidth requirements page — and recommends upstream connection speeds of 1.5-3.0 Mbps for optimal performance in group meetings with HD video quality.
For gaming and streaming, the faster the download speed, the better the performance. Normally, if you’re at 20 Mbps or above, you can avoid that annoying lag. For online gaming or video streaming, choose a speed over 12 Mbps.
It could be between 10-15 devices could watch Netflix at once at 1080p (if they allowed above 4 people lol).
1 Gigabyte = 8 × 1000 Megabits. 1 GB = 8000 Mbit. There are 8000 Megabits in a Gigabyte.
Minimum upload speed for online gaming should be faster than 0.5 Mbps. The ping or latency should be less than 150ms. So, a 400Mbps connection should be good enough. If you like with your family then 400 mbps is perfect.