Am I the only one who is stunned by the math? At 2MB per day it would take days just to get one map, photo, or song. You could get a book or two from Gutenberg but then you would hit your max. The anticipated Core Archive of about 1TB would take 500,000 days to download. That is 1369 years! Some people are referring to Megabits (Mb) rather than Megabytes (MB) without being corrected (or are they correct)? This would be almost 10 times longer! Cell phone plans often come with 2GB per month of data for the lower tier plans. That is 1000 times what Lantern will offer and often not enough for normal use.
Again how is this not mind-boggling!
The average webpage is half a megabyte or larger unless you strip out everything but the text. This means that someone could only load, at most, 4 pages PER DAY!
How is that useful for anyone?
Surely, SURELY you mean 2MB/second rather than a ridiculous data cap of only 2MB!
Otherwise people will be furious that their device will only be useful for about 30 second per day!
Please, PLEASE! correct this or help me understand how 2MB per day or even 10MB per day is of any value. At 10 MB per day it would still take 6 lifetimes to download the Core Archive!