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How does 95th percentile billing work?

Posted on Saturday, February 25 2006 @ 18:41:54 CET by


Many web businesses are hosted through a datacenter, and there are many pricing plans depending on your bandwidth needs. If your site is heavily text based without a lot of images and steady traffic, then a flat rate might be best for you . If you are like most web businesses, then you need dynamic bandwidth that can handle spikes, but don’t want to overpay for unused traffic. Much like cell phone plans, you don’t want to overpay for minutes you’re not using but don’t want to guess too short and have to pay overage charges. A 95th percentile pricing schedule can dynamically bill you based on your bandwidth needs, but is a little complicated to follow.. Read on over at OC Mod Shop.


 



 

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