The best subscription choice depends on the needs and requirements of your company and the subscription user. Requirements often relate to data transfer speeds; for example, if files and videos need to be downloaded quickly on a phone, desktop or tablet, you need faster connections. Suppose the subscription user travels within the EU from time to time. In that case, the size of the EU data package should also be considered when choosing a subscription.
The maximum internet speed for each type of connection will show you what use each subscription is best suited for.
Light usage 1–10 Mbps
Light usage can be simplified to light surfing and basic email usage, and at 10 Mbps for downloading small files, listening to music and watching low-quality videos.
Normal use 50–300 Mbps
We define normal usage as surfing the web and using email, watching 4K videos, downloading larger files, and sharing the internet with another device with faster connections. 4K videos are around 4,000 pixels wide and four times as sharp as Full HD videos.
Demanding use 400–1000 Mbps
The speed for demanding use meets the needs of high-speed, low-latency applications and situations where speed is required when sharing the internet with other devices. Low-latency situations include the use of heavy applications such as in gaming.