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Making Sure You Have Enough Bandwidth


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The volume of data transmitted through an internet connection is referred to as the bandwidth. Those planning to get a web hosting plan should first carefully assess the amount of bandwidth that they need.

Many people make the mistake of thinking that web hosting plans can come with unlimited bandwidth. Website hosting companies that offer web hosting plans with unlimited bandwidth usually offer these plans with hidden charges. Other web hosting services will also offer you with unlimited bandwidth, but will ask you certain charges for every excess amount of bandwidth.

In cases when users avail of “unlimited bandwidth" plans, their websites unfortunately frequently get disconnected. Instead of refunding the payment of their users the web hosting provide will resort to legal means, informing their user that the website they are hosting has violated terms in their contract. This would allow the website hosting company not to refund the payment of their customers.

In case you consider getting a plan with unlimited bandwidth, then do take time to read up the Terms of Service. Understand the terms and conditions. Look for certain clauses that may hint of additional charges. Once you have clearly understood every clause in the Statement, then you can proceed to choosing the right type of website hosting plan for your needs.

In choosing the amount of bandwidth you need for your website, take into consideration the number of users that will visit your site, the pages a typical user will browse and visit, and the sizes of files and codes of your site.

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