Just saw the cloud offering here:
How is the bandwidth of x GB / hour billed?
It says "* - Pricing is based on an average month, 730.48 hours, billed hourly. Hourly pricing is rounded."
"1460GB of Monthly Outbound Bandwidth* (2GB per hour)"
But I'm a bit confused by the calculator. Does the above cloud offering mean that if I ordered 2 GB/hour I get 1460 GB per month, or that it needs to average under 2 GB/hour on a 95th percentile, or that I have to be under 2 GB each and every hour or else be charged an overage for that hour?
Or is the calculator simply an estimation tool while you're actually billed at $0.08/GB rounded to the nearest GB per hour and you don't commit to any bandwidth at all but are billed for rounded GB/hour each and every hour? (is this rate listed as an addon the same as the "main" bandwidth rate?)