Free Website Bandwidth Calculator

Use this tool to calculate how much bandwidth is required to host your website. You can use this calculation to determine the right amount of required bandwidth and choose your hosting plan accordingly.

Understand if your hosting bandwidth is being effectively utilized. Analyse network traffic, & bandwidth utilization to proactively resolve network issues and outages.

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How do I calculate website bandwidth?

You can calculate the required bandwidth for hosting your website using Site24x7's Website Bandwidth Calculator tool.


  • Pageviews - Every time a user visits your website / webpage, it is considered as a pageview. You can track this metric by using any analytics tool like Google Analytics.
  • Page size - Enter the average page size of your webpage.
  • Redundancy factor - The usual recommended value is 2. This value is computed so that you have enough bandwidth, than the exactly required amount, to cater to external or unforeseen factors.

Enter the average pageviews, webpage size and redundancy factor and Site24x7's Website Bandwidth Calculator gives you an estimate of the required amount of bandwidth for your website.


What is bandwidth?

Technically, bandwidth refers to the amount of data that can be transmitted over the internet connection in a given time period. Or in simpler terms, bandwidth can be understood as the amount of information received per second/minute.

Your website may contain various content in the form of webpages, blogs, images, videos, and animations. Hence it is essential to have an adequate amount of bandwidth to render these content properly to your website visitors. Insufficient bandwidth may render your website inaccessible or may cause it to crash in case of increased traffic load.

Hence having a sufficient amount of bandwidth is necessary to provide a satisfactory website experience to your end-users.