I hate megaBITS. They've used this trick to fool unknowing customers. Speeds should only be shown in MegaBYTES/s or KB/s.
Sure megaBITS is not a lie. But its largely useless to the average customer. Here is a practically perfect analogy:
Its like saying ZOMG my car can get 56kpg! Look at those big numbers! And it may be true but really around here in the US its actually 35mpg. Why? Because that's what everybody uses.
All download speeds and file sizes you see and interact with are just pretty much in kiloBYTES or megaBYTES. No bits. They have their place sure, but for the average consumer? No. I really think that should be clarified.