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Misha
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Bandwidth exceeded

Post by Misha »

Hi,

What is prioritycolocation's policy on exceeding bandwidth?

1. Over the limit gives a message that limit has been reached and no further transfer is allowed.

2. Transfer is allowed and clients pay for extra bandwidth. What's the bandwidth cost?

3. Some combination of these so that if collegehumor.com links to a client the client gets shut down, but if the limit is exceeded more gradually the bandwidth is added on.

I would of course like the third option so that I don't end up paying hundreds of dollars for a link splurge but I won't go out of business because a few extra people downloaded a file.

Is this customizable?

Misha
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Re: Bandwidth exceeded

Post by porcupine »

Hello Misha,

On reseller accounts, accounts that exceed their bandwidth allocations will automatically be suspended by CPanel until the end of the month, or until the quota has been increased.

Temporary overages of bandwidth are $1.50/GB. Permanent upgrades to reseller/webhosting packages are $0.75/GB.

Which you pick depends on which you expect to need obviously (longterm growth vs shortterm use).
Myles Loosley-Millman
Priority Colo Inc.
myles@prioritycolo.com
http://www.prioritycolo.com
Misha
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Post by Misha »

Ah thanks a lot.
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Post by porcupine »

Misha wrote:Ah thanks a lot.
No problem :).
Myles Loosley-Millman
Priority Colo Inc.
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http://www.prioritycolo.com
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