Re: Size matters. Debian binary package stats
* Michelle Konzack:
> Am 2005-12-22 16:04:45, schrieb Florian Weimer:
>> With traffic included? How's that more than 10$ per gigabyte
>> transferred and month? 8-)
> IF you can reach 34 Mbit!
> My old colo E3 at UUnet in Kehl/Germany was 5000 Euro/month
> plus traffic of
> as Reseller and End-User
> - 40 GByte 28 Euro/GByte 42 Euro/GByte
> 40 - 80 GByte 26 Euro/GByte 39 Euro/GByte
> 80 - 160 GByte 24 Euro/GByte ...
> 160 - 320 GByte 22 Euro/GByte ...
> Its not really funny in Europe and Africa.
Even in Euope, you can get IP traffic at certain places for around
6 EUR per MBit/s and month, or something like that.
> In Germany you can get an E1 für 300-400 Euro/month but if you must pay
> for traffic...
This is still rather cheap for real E1. 8-> Links between arbitrary
places can be quite expensive, unfortunately.
Anyway, you are shifting the topic away from costs of bandwidth to
renting fibers and colo pricing. They aren't equivalent.