My internet stability problem

i am connected via a 3g 6220c mobile phone with usb the problem is when ever i browsing or youtubing 2 blinking pcs at taslbar blinks and some time data stops for 4 or 3 seconds then run again but when i use to download torrents from any good pvt tracker or open trackers its not blinks and i get more speed and stable connection plz help me to tweak or some tips so that can i make it always flow

software pc suite

mobile 6220c via usb

connection type 3g 512kbps

look pic when downloading torrent

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I don't know how it is possible on 512 but it gives good speed upto 200 KB only when am downloading any good seed torrent (PVT or Open) but at browsing stream never goes upto 65 to 75 KB and some times stability problem receiving packets won't works

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maybe its 6220c 3G capability of HSDPA 3.6Mbps? or my ISP showing 512 actual download speed

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Some one has told me that 3.6 Mbps (megabits per second) is equal to 460.8 K/bps (.45 Megabytes per second). Notice that 1 byte is composed of 8 bits. In comparison,

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so its mean i can get more speed than that if i insert my 3g sim card into any 3g 3.6Mbps/7.2Mbps usb mdoem well i try this soon

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I know a guy who is getting 3.7 Mbps download speed on 3.1 Mbps connection via 3.1 Mbps 3G modem.
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I think he gets that cuz his ISP is throttling the connection speed…

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Some one has told me that 3.6 Mbps (megabits per second) is equal to 460.8 K/bps (.45 Megabytes per second). Notice that 1 byte is composed of 8 bits. In comparison,

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Uhh - actually,

8 bits (B) = 1 byte (B)

1024 bytes (B) = 1 kilobyte (KB)

1024 kilobytes (KB) = 1 megabyte (MB)

Now - you said 3.6 megaBITS - meaning Mb, not MB. Here’s what you’d do: convert 3.6 megabits into kilobits, and then convert it into kilobytes (you can opt for any other combo you want because the principles of maths will remain the same, but I prefer this for simplicity sake).

3.6 megabits (Mb) per second * 1024 bytes => 3686.4 kilobits (Kb) per second / 8 bits => 460.8 kilobytes (KB) per second.

So your maximum speed (theoretical, mind you) would be 460.8KB/s (kiloBYTES). You wrote kilobits (Kb, not KB).

I just realized I did this whole calculation for no reason as such when I could have written the last line instead haha. My bad :P