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USD 50/year storage VPS anywhere unlimited bandwidth 1GB RAM
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USD 50/year storage VPS anywhere unlimited bandwidth 1GB RAM

Looking for a storage VPS

KVM virtualization
Located anywhere
Unlimited bandwidth
Minimum 1GB RAM
Price USD 50/year
Storage amount = XX ??

Comments

  • Shot2Shot2 Member

    XX = 2TB.

    Providing less than /64 means "we are clueless about IPv6". My geekbench results. I haz BuyVM, HostHatch, Online, ServaRica, Veesp.

  • AerialAerial Member

    @Shot2 said:
    XX = 2TB.

    Where?

  • xetsysxetsys Member

    @Aerial said:

    @Shot2 said:
    XX = 2TB.

    Where?

    Polar Bear Storage Offer

    https://servarica.com/clients/store/special-group-2021

  • Goo Nexusbytes.com @seriesn

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  • AerialAerial Member

    @ruhulamin7 said:
    Goo Nexusbytes.com @seriesn

    Thanks but that's not unlimited bandwidth

  • seriesnseriesn Member, Top Provider

    @ruhulamin7 said:
    Goo Nexusbytes.com @seriesn

    Thanks for the mention brother. Unfortunately we won’t fit OP’s requirements.

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  • afnafn Member
    edited April 20

    Just a word of advice, I am not a provider on LET, but there is one thing I know here, providers don't really love the word "unlimited", because we all know finite resources are just limited by nature and a lot of providers may make case-by-case offers, so they need to know if your unlimited is like 20 TB/month or 200TB/month so they can give you a good offer. It is okay to give a huge estimate like 200TB, but give one, it helps sometimes :), also theoretically, on 1 GBPS port, if you push traffic at full speed 24/7 for an entire month then the maximum you can make is 300 TB/month is you are limited by the network speed. So really there is no unlimited. One word that people like a bit more around here is "unmetered" which means it is not unlimited, but we just don't take care how much.

    Now for your main question:

    If you don't want to give a traffic estimate for people to make an offer than maybe try buyVM. The only truly unmetered I know of in this price range is their KVM slice for 2$/month, and attach 512GB storage to it for another 2$

    if you are willing to go for a 100mbps network, you might find other choices, but just so you know, unmetered on 100mbps is just 30TB/month on 1 gbps,

    Thanked by 1Aerial
  • mcgreemcgree Member
    edited April 21

    kimsufi ks-1 or buyvm plus slab stor

    Thanked by 1Aerial
  • AerialAerial Member

    @afn said:
    Just a word of advice, I am not a provider on LET, but there is one thing I know here, providers don't really love the word "unlimited", because we all know finite resources are just limited by nature and a lot of providers may make case-by-case offers, so they need to know if your unlimited is like 20 TB/month or 200TB/month so they can give you a good offer. It is okay to give a huge estimate like 200TB, but give one, it helps sometimes :), also theoretically, on 1 GBPS port, if you push traffic at full speed 24/7 for an entire month then the maximum you can make is 300 TB/month is you are limited by the network speed. So really there is no unlimited. One word that people like a bit more around here is "unmetered" which means it is not unlimited, but we just don't take care how much.

    Now for your main question:

    If you don't want to give a traffic estimate for people to make an offer than maybe try buyVM. The only truly unmetered I know of in this price range is their KVM slice for 2$/month, and attach 512GB storage to it for another 2$

    if you are willing to go for a 100mbps network, you might find other choices, but just so you know, unmetered on 100mbps is just 30TB/month on 1 gbps,

    All good points. Yes, I meant unmetered. Sorry for the brain fart

    Thanked by 1afn
  • @Aerial said:
    @afn said:
    Just a word of advice, I am not a provider on LET, but there is one thing I know here, providers don't really love the word "unlimited", because we all know finite resources are just limited by nature and a lot of providers may make case-by-case offers, so they need to know if your unlimited is like 20 TB/month or 200TB/month so they can give you a good offer. It is okay to give a huge estimate like 200TB, but give one, it helps sometimes :), also theoretically, on 1 GBPS port, if you push traffic at full speed 24/7 for an entire month then the maximum you can make is 300 TB/month is you are limited by the network speed. So really there is no unlimited. One word that people like a bit more around here is "unmetered" which means it is not unlimited, but we just don't take care how much.

    Now for your main question:

    If you don't want to give a traffic estimate for people to make an offer than maybe try buyVM. The only truly unmetered I know of in this price range is their KVM slice for 2$/month, and attach 512GB storage to it for another 2$

    if you are willing to go for a 100mbps network, you might find other choices, but just so you know, unmetered on 100mbps is just 30TB/month on 1 gbps,

    All good points. Yes, I meant unmetered. Sorry for the brain fart

    both are the same unmetered or unlimited.
    mention on the number how much TB you really need with port speed.

    Thanked by 1Aerial
  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider

    Here's an idea
    Get a RPI from me and attach a couple of 12TB externals. You be able to have all the storage you want to yourself!

    Thanked by 2Aerial yoursunny

    Alien Data: VPS and Colo Based In Texas, Unmetered Bandwidth.
    RPIServers: Dedicated Micro Servers - Micro Colo - Unmeterd Bandwidth

  • AerialAerial Member

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    Here's an idea
    Get a RPI from me and attach a couple of 12TB externals. You be able to have all the storage you want to yourself!

    Hey, I thought you loved me just the same without any externals

  • AerialAerial Member

    @mhosting_in said:

    both are the same unmetered or unlimited.
    mention on the number how much TB you really need with port speed.

    30TB 100mbps is fine

  • afnafn Member

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    Here's an idea
    Get a RPI from me and attach a couple of 12TB externals. You be able to have all the storage you want to yourself!

    I was actually going to suggest your drive colocation thing, but isn't the monthly cost a bit over the 50$/year budget?

    5$ per month for the drive + the price of the RPI (min 2.5)? am I wrong?

  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider
    edited April 21

    @afn said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    Here's an idea
    Get a RPI from me and attach a couple of 12TB externals. You be able to have all the storage you want to yourself!

    I was actually going to suggest your drive colocation thing, but isn't the monthly cost a bit over the 50$/year budget?

    5$ per month for the drive + the price of the RPI (min 2.5)? am I wrong?

    No, your not wrong.
    Something to think off as well the $2.50 RPIs can only take 1 drive. as they only have 1 usb port.

    So looking at a RPI 3 or the RPI4.
    Although at that point probably be cheaper in the long run because we can ship your drives to you when your done with the service.

    @Aerial said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    Here's an idea
    Get a RPI from me and attach a couple of 12TB externals. You be able to have all the storage you want to yourself!

    Hey, I thought you loved me just the same without any externals

    We do, Just trying to give you some options.
    Also they have out 18TB external hdds now. :smiley:

    Thanked by 1Aerial

    Alien Data: VPS and Colo Based In Texas, Unmetered Bandwidth.
    RPIServers: Dedicated Micro Servers - Micro Colo - Unmeterd Bandwidth

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