Unmetered bandwidth means they don't put hard limits on the bandwidth you may use with your 100mbps connection. Of course there is a maximum amount of bandwidth that you can squeeze from that connection, that I can't work out now as I am exhausted
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100mbps means that the most bandwidth a server can use is 100mbps, and no more.
Unmetered bandwidth means that a host does not put a static limit on the amount of bandwidth you use. This is different than Unlimited since with Unlimited there is no limit [unmetered usually has loose limits]
You can use anywhere between 1GB and ~32,500GB bandwidth, but I would imagine your host would start to get fidgety around 3,000GB
Originally posted by Hassan Actually I am looking for cheap and good server to host wma videos and one friend told me that you will get 100mbps unmetered bandwidth server for around $150 so I am confused any sugeestion ?
You most likely will *NOT* be able to push 100mbits of transit. The least you can do is pay $1500+ for 100mbits dedicated transit.
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