# How many kbps in an Mbps?

## How Many kbps are there in Mbps?

The answer is that there are about 1000 kbps in an Mbps. The kbps stands for kilobit per second here, and Mbps stands for megabit per second here. So how is this an answer?

So a megabit equals 1000 Square 2 bits, and 1 kilobit equals 1000 Square 1 bits. One megabit equals 1000 kilobits, and one megabit/second = 1000 kilobits/second, making 1 Mbps equals 1000 kbps. Hence, verified.

In some cases, it will also show that there are about 125kb/s for 1 Mbps which is also right. So don’t get confused. The answers on various sites will also show you that one Mbps should be equal to 1024kbps which is also the right answer.

## Things to keep in mind about kbps in an Mbps.

A small unit like Mbps and kbps can be confusing sometimes. Do read the below-mentioned points to get rid of confusion.

• There might be some confusion while calculating the kbps and Mbps because of the similar bit and byte. One byte is 8 bit which should be kept in mind to not mix with bytes.