Once a VPS goes over its monthly allocated bandwidth, the server will be automatically suspended, then unsuspended on the 1st of the month when bandwidth resets. Below is bandwidth overage policy and pricing for each location.

Dallas, Texas - Unmetered bandwidth. If usage surpasses 20TB, we may limit outbound speed is we deem use case is abusive or wasteful and goes against our terms of service.

Miami, Florida - Unmetered bandwidth. Servers are connected at 10Gbps, we guarantee VPS outgoing/upload port speed of 1Gbps. If we deem VPS usage abusive or wasteful (such as P2P, Usenet, CDN/File sharing) your port may be limited.

Los Angeles, California - Unmetered bandwidth. Servers are connected at 10Gbps, we guarantee VPS outgoing/upload port speed of 1Gbps. If we deem VPS usage abusive or wasteful (such as P2P, Usenet, CDN/File sharing) your port may be limited.

Singapore - Additional bandwidth not possible, you will need to upgrade your VPS plan completely

Sydney, Australia - Additional bandwidth not possible, you will need to upgrade your VPS plan completely

Vint Hill, Virginia - Unmetered bandwidth.

Montreal, Canada - Unmetered bandwidth.

London, United Kingdom - Unmetered bandwidth.

Gravelines, France - Unmetered bandwidth.

Tokyo, Japan - As of December 14, 2022, new plans are limited to 2TB (1GB RAM), 5TB (2GB and 3GB RAM), and 10TB (4GB RAM and larger) bandwidth instead of unmetered due to large scale abuse of our terms.

Important: Unmetered bandwidth is considered as fair use and not guaranteed. We do not allow applications and use cases such as torrent seeding, CDN nodes, "DDoS proxies", commercial/public proxy/VPN tunnels, or blockchain nodes. This will result in account termination with no notice.

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