My download speed is 20 mbps and my upload speed is 5 mbps. Is that because of gravity?

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My router ways about one pound if that helps.

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Daniel: No. It's because you are using the wrong units. 20 mbps (millibits/second) means it takes 50 seconds to transfer each bit. 20 Mbps (Megabits/second) is literally a billion times faster and is totally reasonable for home broadband download speeds, unless your ISP contract specifies a much higher speed. An upload speed between 5% and 25% of the download speed is also reasonable.

Gravity has nothing to do with it.

I hope this helps.

Other answer:

Daniel:
Nothing at all to do with gravity, it is because you are a residential customer with a broadband ADSL line.
ADSL stands for Asynchronous Digital Subscribers Line.
Asynchronous means the upload and download speeds are different, in your case faster down than up as that is what residential customers actually need, have a read about ADSL in the safe link below;
https://www.fcc.gov/general/types-broadb…
Broadband speed is the sum of the download and upload speed and 25 Mbps is as good as ADSL gets.
Regards, Bob.
Naruto:
Heh gravity doesn't exist. But even if It did it wouldn't have a effect on your speeds.
Boris 24:
This is normal..Download speed is internet speed from server to your computer.Upload speed – from your computer to outside internet.
Alan917:
At 1 lb your router is approximately 1000 times the size of your brain.
Yami:
Ha
ritu:
I think you choose wrong pla.

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