Guess you don't read the TOS before signing that you accept it.
Bandwidth Overages (Dedicated Servers Only)
By agreeing to these terms, you understand that we will bill you for bandwidth overages in the amount of $0.20/GB for both dedicated servers and cloud services. Upon request, we will provide you a login for you to track your usage. NOTE: The bandwidth period is from the 24th to the 23rd of the month.
2a. Bandwidth Overages:
All Ubiquity bandwidth overages are billed at $1 per GB for metered transfer customers. Customers on 95th percentile billing will be billed an overage rate agreed to upon sign-up, or their current Per Mbps 95th percentile rate, whichever is higher.
If it says bandwidth reset date is 4/20 that means starting 12:00:00AM 4/20 I get another 100TB bandwidth or end of day of 4/20 11:59:59PM?
What is overage costs if exceeding the 100TB anyone know?
You might want to contact their support or billing department.
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How do you figure? Do you know how expensive bandwidth really is when your datacenter has about 280GBPS throughput?
Here's a game for you:
1) Buy a 100 meg pipe from AT&T, Savvis, Level 3, Cogent, Comcast, Time Warner, NTT, Verio, Internap, Telia, and Quest and BGP Blend them.
2) Understand why $200 for 1TB isn't expensive
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