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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up [NL] 1Gbps unmetered 4U colocation for € 599,-

    Serverius is offering rackspace in their own datacenter in The Netherlands. We provide rackspace, colocation with superb connectivity and secure reliable internet infrastructure housing. We strive to offer the best quality at the best price possible.

    Upto 4U colocation server
    Datacenter: Serverius (free 24x7 Access card)
    Power: Upto 2 Amp่re
    Port: 1Gbps
    Bandwidth: Free 1Gbps (1000Mbps) dedicated unmetered
    IP Addresses: 16
    Free remote hands

    PRICE: Now for only €599,-/mo (no setup fees)

    • Streaming and/or Adult allowed
    • Filehosting and CDN nodes allowed
    • Send your servers, we'll put them online for free
    • Speedtest: http://speedtest.serverius.com
    • Payment options: bank, CC or paypal
    • Prices are excluding VAT. Outside the EU do not pay VAT.
    • 24 month guaranteed pricing
    • Contract length from 1 month to 2 years.


    If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact our sales department and visit http://serverius.com

  2. #2
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    Several people emailed us to ask the normal colocation cost without this much traffic. Therefore our normal pricing:

    1x 1U server: 25.000GB (on a 1Gbps port) + 166 Kwh (+/- 1 Ampere) + 2 ip's = 39,00
    1x 2U server: 25.000GB (on a 1Gbps port) + 333 Kwh (+/- 2 Ampere) + 2 ip's = 59,00
    1x 3U server: 25.000GB (on a 1Gbps port) + 500 Kwh (+/- 3 Ampere) + 2 ip's = 79,00
    1x 4U server: 25.000GB (on a 1Gbps port) + 666 Kwh (+/- 4 Ampere) + 2 ip's = 109,00

    Normally you get a 1Gbps Cisco port with 25TB datatraffic, but you can get also a unmetered 100Mbps port for only 99,- euro per month.

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