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    NAC Bandwidth Pricing

    Does anyone know NAC's pricing for bandwidth, both by the megabit and per gigabyte?

    If it's listed on their web site, I must have missed something...

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    Bandwidth Pricing
    Net Access offers two bandwidth pricing models to suit different needs:

    95th Percentile Billing:
    $x.xx per kb/s or Mb/s. For example, if you used 512kb/s of bandwidth for the month, and your rate was $1.00 per kb/s, your bandwidth bill would be $512.00. This pricing method is great for users with relatively constant bandwidth requirements.

    $25 minimum monthly charge.
    Sample pricing is based on a month-to-month term.
    Usage is calculated with the industry-standard 95 percentile rule, which measures bandwidth by periodic sampling.
    Discounts available for higher usage.
    Or
    Per Gigabyte Based Billing:
    $x.xx per gigabyte transferred. For example, if you used 300 gigabytes and your rate was $4.00/gigabyte, your monthly bill would be $1200. This pricing method is great for users with “bursty” bandwidth. The per gigabyte billing model smoothes out any spikes in your usage.

    $25 minimum monthly charge.
    Sample pricing is based on a month-to-month term.
    Usage is calculated using greatest "in" or greatest "out" method of measurement.
    Discounts available for higher usage.
    1 Mbs is approximately 358 gigabytes.

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    Originally posted by lostpacket
    Bandwidth Pricing
    Net Access offers two bandwidth pricing models to suit different needs:

    95th Percentile Billing:
    $x.xx per kb/s or Mb/s. For example, if you used 512kb/s of bandwidth for the month, and your rate was $1.00 per kb/s, your bandwidth bill would be $512.00. This pricing method is great for users with relatively constant bandwidth requirements.

    $25 minimum monthly charge.
    Sample pricing is based on a month-to-month term.
    Usage is calculated with the industry-standard 95 percentile rule, which measures bandwidth by periodic sampling.
    Discounts available for higher usage.
    Or
    Per Gigabyte Based Billing:
    $x.xx per gigabyte transferred. For example, if you used 300 gigabytes and your rate was $4.00/gigabyte, your monthly bill would be $1200. This pricing method is great for users with “bursty” bandwidth. The per gigabyte billing model smoothes out any spikes in your usage.

    $25 minimum monthly charge.
    Sample pricing is based on a month-to-month term.
    Usage is calculated using greatest "in" or greatest "out" method of measurement.
    Discounts available for higher usage.
    1 Mbs is approximately 358 gigabytes.
    Thanks, I noticed that. But are there different rates? Say you used more than 300 gigabytes, or more than 512 kilobits per second... would it cost any less? Volume pricing, I think, is what I'm asking.

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    Yes, you have to call them though and request a quote.

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    Contact Scott Palsgrove at NAC... their pricing differs depending on where you want the bandwidth.
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    Thank you.

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