If you’re like most people, you would have received a notification at some point in time alerting you that you’re close to hitting bandwidth or data transfer limits. This could be with web hosting (a server, shared hosting account, etc) or it could be with your mobile phone contract or home broadband. You’ve probably also noticed that overage fees can look quite daunting; they can be expensive!
Fortunately, times are changing and these limits are constantly increased in light of ever increasing competition. In some cases, bandwidth or data is unlimited*. Noticed that little asterisk right there? You’ve probably seen this before. It’s usually a provider’s way of saying something is “unlimited”, but, not actually unlimited. For example, there might be a clause which states unlimited applies during weekends, or evenings. Always do your homework and found out what unlimited really means!
In our latest sale, DediPath is offering Dedicated Servers with Unmetered month from just $99 per month, plus a beefy Intel Xeon E3-1270v2 CPU, 16 GB RAM and a huge 4 TB of storage capacity! For this, you can use as much bandwidth as you like, the only restriction is that you’re not using the port all day long to its absolute maximum capacity. Essentially, be mindful of other customers who share the same port as you.
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