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500 MB of hard space won't do you good these days to do practically anything (except for purely surfing the web)
Browsing the web for an hour uses about 20 megabytes of data. Things like watching Youtube videos or using radio apps use more data than simple browsing.
'His mobile data usage was 250 megabytes this month.' 'His usage of the back-door was allowed due to his employment at the shop.'
Check mail Light web surfing Refresh updates to small things like weather or stocks app
1 GB is a bit more than one thousand MB (It's 1024 exactly). So 50GB is about 50,000 MB. If your total usage is only 100MB so far, than your current usage is100/50,000= 0.2% or 1/500th of your total allowed Internet usage. So the answer to your question is no.
Usage of what? If it's hard drive space it's practically nothing. If it's data usage of a dial-up Internet connection, that's at least several minutes time worth.
Approximate usage is 40-50 mb/h of playtime
It is impossible to convery 50MB into minutes. Minutes is a unit of time, Megabytes (MB) measure data sent and received. Therefore, if you pull up a website that does not refresh itself, you can stay there for 5 hours, and it just will use the same amount of data for pulling up a webpage (approximately 1.3kb). However, if you are a normal websurfer, and are surfing on a computer, it will only take you a few hours to use it up. However, if you are surfing on a mobile phone, it should last you quite a while!!
5130 MB in GB
About a million. 1 GB = 1024 MB, and 1 MB = 1024 KB.
It doesn't. MHZ is a measure of cycles or frequency. A Megabyte is a measure of storage capacity.
The two cannot be compared. Hours is a measure of time where as megabytes is a measure of disk space (on a computer).