> On 7 Mar 2018, at 18:34, Rob Jansen <rob.g.jan...@nrl.navy.mil> wrote:
> It is far more expensive to obtain *continuous*, i.e., *sustained* bandwidth
> usage over time. Generally, it's cheaper to buy in bulk. In the US, the
> cheapest bandwidth service we found (that also allows us to run Tor relays)
> was one that offers sustained 1 Gbit/s for an average of $500/month
> (including service fees).
In 2016, OVH was offering a discount for 1 Gbps servers in Europe
for USD 200/month. The ordinary price was USD 300/month.
We can also purchase a 250 Mbps server in Canada for USD 60/month,
but it doesn't get as much Guard bandwidth, because of its location or
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