Most providers do not have such packages as a general offer but you will be able to make special deals with a lot of providers if you need 80 mbit/s. You might also be able to get a good offer in the dedicated server offers forum.
You should expect to use about 2 - 4000$ month on such a connection depending on specials and bandwidth provider.
.... More likely to simply be a capitalization error then anything else you do realise?
10mbps is 10,000 kbps by most definitions, whether you get full duplex, or half duplex will determine how much you can use, and whether or not you're capped at the 10mbps level (or allowed to burst higher). you wont typically see more then 7-9mbps out of a 10mbps link simply because of packet overheads, efficiency, etc.
Near to perfect, but I found this formula:
1Kbps (Kilobits) = 0.1250KB/s (Kilobytes per second) or 128B/s (bytes per second)
1Mbps (Megabits) = 128KB/s (Kilobytes per second)
10Mbps (Megabits) = 1,280KB/s (Kilobytes per second)
ps: No offence. This is just for those who want 100% accuracy. For normal use, just divide by 8.
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