CHEATING IN KALYAN telecom(1 GB = 1000 mb)

zabak

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CHEATING IN KALYAN1 GB = 1000 MB (for KALYAN TELECOM)BILLING FRAUD FOR 10000 CUSTOMERS IN KALYAN , MAHARASTRAMy usage for jan 2006 is 1002.69 MB and feb 2006 is 1011.67 MBI have been charged extra usage Rs 16.80 considering 1000 MB as limit..How come they dont know that 1 GB =1024 Mb in Kalyan Telecom(Maharastra's biggest telecom department)what do i do...they are cheating thousands of BSNL customers like this by charging more..I tried to speak with accounts officer sandhya wani (0251-2313443) she said she had orders from up stating 1000 mbas limit..what do i do...i want to prevent this kind of fraud by BSNL..someone please help....lets unite and fight..
 

zabak

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Originally posted by Raptor@Mar 20 2006, 09:27 PM
Nah for BSNL 1GB=1024MB
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exactly 1 GB= 1024 MB..100% ANYWHERE

..ANYWAYS..ANY ISP TAKING 1 GB= 1000 MB?? LET ME KNOW PLEASE
 

Sushubh

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most hard disk manufacturer also consider 1 gb = 1000 megs. this is not a new thing. my first cable net guy considered 1 gb as 1000 megs.
 

kambui

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well let us start from begining8 bit = 1 byte1024 byte = 1 Kilo byte1024 Kilo byte = 1 Mega byte1024 Mega byte = 1 Giga byte1024 Giga byte = 1 Tera byte................After this I don't know /.......and if I am wrong please notify me B) as for the ISP issue .....big guys (BSNL,TATA,AIRTEL,SIFY etc,,,,,knows the above equations.....but not those cable guys and local ISPs .....they belive that memory module follows metric system 1000=1 :unsure: )