Thanks for taking the time to reply. Unfortunatley I am still not sure if I have the download capability to watch my Sky TV via the Sling Catcher.
If I was to watch say 4 hours of TV per day would I use all my 350GBT download limit? Unfortunately where I live in Spain there is no unlimited download service.
Lets say you set the quality to 400kbps.
That is 50 kilobytes per second. (400/8) (Divide by 8 to switch from bits to bytes)
That is roughly 180 megabytes per hour. (50*60*60 / 1000) (divide by 1000 to switch from KB to MB)
4 hours a day, 30 days gets to 21.6 GB (180*4*30 / 1000) (Divide by 1000 to switch from MB to GB)
Now its easy to double all the values, at 800kbps it would be 43GB, 1.6mb is 86GB, 3.2mb=170GB, 6.4mb=340GB
With the slingbox set to "auto" it will go as fast as it can. So chose a manual quality setting for predictable values.
FYI, minimum "HD" viewing starts at 5mb upload requirements. It's not going to be worth getting an HD if they can't upload that fast - and it will use all your bw.