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  • mwtmwt Member

    I have seen people use our Micro colo option with using a Dell micro pc (something like https://www.ebay.com/itm/234135800334) and attaching some external hdds.

    That's very interesting. I've always thought that colocation wasn't for me because I don't have a rack mounted server. I do however have some of these Dell micro form factor PCs.

  • HybulaHybula Member, Patron Provider

    @mwt said:

    @c1vhosting said:
    NCR €250,00 €100,00
    MCR €150,00 €70,00

    What does this NCR/MCR thing that you keep posting mean?

    @afn said:

    @c1vhosting said:

    @mwt said:

    @c1vhosting said:
    NCR €250,00 €100,00
    MCR €150,00 €70,00

    What does this NCR/MCR thing that you keep posting mean?

    Hi,
    NCR: Non recurring cost (Setup fee)
    MCR: Monthly recurring cost (Monthly fee)

    Then why don't you simply call them like everyone else does!?
    (one time) Setup fee + XX monthly

    In professional and enterprise business it's normal to use NRC and MRC terms. Not sure why they are using those terms here on LET though.

    @c1vhosting said:

    @afn said:

    @c1vhosting said:

    @mwt said:

    @c1vhosting said:
    NCR €250,00 €100,00
    MCR €150,00 €70,00

    What does this NCR/MCR thing that you keep posting mean?

    Hi,
    NCR: Non recurring cost (Setup fee)
    MCR: Monthly recurring cost (Monthly fee)

    Then why don't you simply call them like everyone else does!?
    (one time) Setup fee + XX monthly

    Typically it is used NCR and MCR to talk about offers. But thank you for the feedback and I'll work on it

    NCR and MCR are wrong, even if you read your own explanation you'll see that it's wrong, it's:

    NRC = Non Recurring Costs
    MRC = Monthly Recurring Cost

    Thanked by 2c1vhosting afn
  • PjottertjahPjottertjah Member, Host Rep
    edited June 20

    Edit: You need a Host Rep tag in order to offer your services.
    (MikePT)

  • emghemgh Member
    edited June 20

    @Pjottertjah said:


    PROVIDAH TAG BILOH BUCK @jbiloh

  • MikePTMikePT Member, Moderator, Patron Provider

    @emgh said:

    @Pjottertjah said:


    PROVIDAH TAG BILOH BUCK @jbiloh

    Fixed!

    Thanked by 1emgh
  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Patron Provider

    @mwt said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:
    I have seen people use our Micro colo option with using a Dell micro pc (something like https://www.ebay.com/itm/234135800334) and attaching some external hdds.

    That's very interesting. I've always thought that colocation wasn't for me because I don't have a rack mounted server. I do however have some of these Dell micro form factor PCs.

    That would also work in our MicroColo options.

  • LiliLabsLiliLabs Member

    @Hybula said:
    NCR and MCR are wrong, even if you read your own explanation you'll see that it's wrong, it's:

    NRC = Non Recurring Costs
    MRC = Monthly Recurring Cost

    NCR can also refer to these guys

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