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  Post #16 (permalink)   06-17-2018, 12:53 PM
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So you're agreeing with me. Thanks. They are both treated the same.
No they are totally different and treated different.
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No they are totally different and treated different.
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Unlimited : Although it is unlimited, hosting provider will set certain limit to maximum usage of bandwidth, but in case usage is exceeds the maximum limit service will be suspended.

Unmetered : Same in this unmetered also usually bandwidth is not monitored closely and less chances of suspension of services as exceeding limits.
 
 
 


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Hello Team,

Unlimited Bandwidth is not a real word. That depends on the requirement of customer that how much bandwidth they need. In a Month how much bandwidth consumed by your site, so you purchase your bandwidth according to your site need. Almost all servers hosting provider using capping system (to assign per Mbps limit).
 
 
 


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Hello Team,

Unlimited Bandwidth is not a real word. That depends on the requirement of customer that how much bandwidth they need. In a Month how much bandwidth consumed by your site, so you purchase your bandwidth according to your site need. Almost all servers hosting provider using capping system (to assign per Mbps limit).
The only benefit with saying you give unlimited bandwidth is that lets say you only have a 5GB bandwidth plan and this is used up in the first 2 days, your site will go down and just display a message ' this site has exceeded its monthly bandwith allowance' and will remain like this until your next billing cycle or you pay to increase your BW allowance, but with unlimited your site will remain up no matter how much BW you use, but the fact is the host has to pay for the BW.
so lets say you pay $100 a month for a server and offer unlimited plans for $10 a month, then technically someone can take out a $10 plan and use up all the server resources.

I found a better way was to give clients a set allowance and then charge an overage fee for anything over the allowance (we had ours set at 2 a GB). This means their site still remains up, we made sure we has warnings set up so clients got a warning when their space or bandwidth reached 60% and then every 5% thereafter.
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