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    That's exactly what I'm asking them now. Their salesperson didn't really understand the question


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    I hope your sales guy is not Patrick. Bit of a clueless twit to be honest.

    95%tile billing can be dangerous if your traffic is bursty ....

    During out DDOS we were taking in 600Mbps inbound. Good thing is our DDOS mitigation (and several hosting / colos ) do not charge for inbound. Regardless, I prefer paying for volume ( 2TB please on an uncapped 1Gbps connection please?) and I do not like the whole local / intl bandwidth BS that the local hosting companies try to shove on you.


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    It's Jerry. He's claiming the international bandwidth is dedicated and capped.

    Do you have any HK co-lo companies you'd recommend over them?


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    By the way, not sure if you've seen this.

    Colocation Hong Kong - Data Center Map


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    Thanks, yeah. Lots of options...


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    other options.....

    CDCNET (Citic's ISP)
    Pacnet
    HGC
    NWT
    KDDI
    NTT (formerly HKNET)
    Wharff? Now that they bought COL maybe they do have a Colo..


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    BUT, which of these DC have 1) space 2) monthly transfer v/s stupid bandwith based billing?


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