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OVH Additional IPv4: new pricing
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OVH Additional IPv4: new pricing

As on the Official OVH Blog
Starting on October 6th, 2022, the price for new additional IPv4 subscriptions (also known as Failover IP) will be € 1.50 monthly per IP (exc. VAT), with no setup fee and no commitment.

For existing additional IPv4 subscriptions we plan to progressively reach a similar billing model. All existing additional IPv4 subscribers will be contacted in advance with all the details.


What products will be impacted?

Below you’ll find the list of impacted services along with the new price for an additional single IPv4 and/or IP block:

Bare Metal servers, Public Cloud projects and Load Balancer

ServiceRIRPrevious priceNew price
additional single IPv4 /32ARIN/RIPE€ 2.00 setup€ 1.50 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /30ARIN/RIPE€ 8.00 setup€ 6.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /29ARIN/RIPE€ 16.00 setup€ 12.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /28ARIN/RIPE€ 32.00 setup€ 24.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /27ARIN/RIPE€ 64.00 setup€ 48.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /26ARIN/RIPE€ 128.00 setup€ 96.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /25ARIN/RIPE€ 256.00 setup€ 192.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /24ARIN/RIPE€ 512.00 setup€ 384.00 monthly

VPS

ServiceRIRPrevious priceNew price
additional single IPv4 /32ARIN/RIPE€ 2.00 setup€ 1.50 monthly

SoYouStart servers (Essential and Game)

ServiceRIRPrevious priceNew price
additional single IPv4 /32ARIN/RIPE€ 1.00 monthly€ 1.50 monthly

vRack

ServiceRIRPrevious priceNew price
IP block (IPv4) /30ARIN/RIPE€ 8.00 setup€ 6.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /29ARIN/RIPE€ 16.00 setup€ 12.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /28ARIN/RIPE€ 32.00 setup€ 24.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /27ARIN/RIPE€ 64.00 setup€ 48.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /26ARIN/RIPE€ 128.00 setup€ 96.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /25ARIN/RIPE€ 256.00 setup€ 192.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /24ARIN/RIPE€ 512.00 setup€ 384.00 monthly

Hosted Private Cloud powered by VMware

ServiceRIRPrevious priceNew price
IP block (IPv4) /28ARIN/RIPE€ 32.00 setup€ 24.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /27ARIN/RIPE€ 64.00 setup€ 48.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /26ARIN/RIPE€ 128.00 setup€ 96.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /25ARIN/RIPE€ 256.00 setup€ 192.00 monthly
IP block (IPv4) /24ARIN/RIPE€ 512.00 setup€ 384.00 monthly

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Comments

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    Each IPv4 costs €18/year.
    The end is nigh for @Cam LittleVZ.

  • Loads of low end hosts are going to have a tough 12 months

    Those that survive will be the smartest ones, best planners..... or the ones who take enough 2032 pre orders..... cough

    Thanked by 2MikeA skorous
  • @MohamadSY said: For existing additional IPv4 subscriptions we plan to progressively reach a similar billing model.

    The worst part of the announcement.
    Does it mean the setup fee is waived for new additional ips in favor of a monthly fee or is the monthly price in addition?

    Thanked by 1titus
  • @webcraft said:

    @MohamadSY said: For existing additional IPv4 subscriptions we plan to progressively reach a similar billing model.

    The worst part of the announcement.
    Does it mean the setup fee is waived for new additional ips in favor of a monthly fee or is the monthly price in addition?

    I'd say the monthly price will replace the setup price, but I might be wrong. Sure seems like it when it says "Previous price" and "New price".

  • cybertechcybertech Member
    edited September 15

    OVH resellers gonna gonna have fun this BF

  • Well. Time to move to NAT and IPv6.
    Cancelling some OVH VPS and cloud

  • Go NAT or Go Home.

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    Woof, now those are some gigantic price increases.

    Thanked by 1kheng86
  • hostdarehostdare Member, Patron Provider

    so it started eventually .. It was expected due to inflation and energy price hike , somewhere you can make extra money from addons

  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep

    @jbiloh said:
    Woof, now those are some gigantic price increases.

    The monthly pricing is in-line with basically all dedicated server providers, US, EU, whatever.

  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Patron Provider

    When HAZI.ro grows, it will no longer want to be like OVH.
    HAZI.ro wants to be like HAZI.ro which has three subnets /24 as much as it can reach in the first 2 years after its launch :)

    Thanked by 1yoursunny
  • Haha, all those people who bashed hetzner for doing this & saying OVH is a better choice, eat your words.

    Thanked by 1kazawiki
  • MikeAMikeA Member, Host Rep

    @Ahfaiahkid said:
    Haha, all those people who bashed hetzner for doing this & saying OVH is a better choice, eat your words.

    Tbf Hetzner charges a large setup fee, including the typical monthly recurring charge.

    Thanked by 1Erisa
  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @jbiloh said:
    Woof, now those are some gigantic price increases.

    For sure but OVH was the only host doing one time cost IPs. They were very much the black sheep in the market.

    Is there many hosts selling VPS from OVH these days?

    Francisco

  • jtkjtk Member

    @Francisco said:
    Is there many hosts selling VPS from OVH these days?

    I don't if there are many, but I believe at least the following are actively using OVH's net/gear. What exactly the nature of their relationships are I'm unsure:

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @jtk said:

    @Francisco said:
    Is there many hosts selling VPS from OVH these days?

    I don't if there are many, but I believe at least the following are actively using OVH's net/gear. What exactly the nature of their relationships are I'm unsure:

    Oneprovider resells everyone, and rips off some. No idea on Evolution.

    Curious if we'll see these providers move out.

    Francisco

  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Patron Provider

    @OBHost has many dedicated servers at OVH from what I know.

  • TekoTeko Member
    edited September 15

    @exception0x876 Will there be another change in price? :o

  • tjntjn Member

    Still cheaper than most - especially our favourite German provider...

  • AdvinAdvin Member, Patron Provider
    edited September 15

    @jtk said:

    @Francisco said:
    Is there many hosts selling VPS from OVH these days?

    I don't if there are many, but I believe at least the following are actively using OVH's net/gear. What exactly the nature of their relationships are I'm unsure:

    @Francisco said:

    @jtk said:

    @Francisco said:
    Is there many hosts selling VPS from OVH these days?

    I don't if there are many, but I believe at least the following are actively using OVH's net/gear. What exactly the nature of their relationships are I'm unsure:

    Oneprovider resells everyone, and rips off some. No idea on Evolution.

    Curious if we'll see these providers move out.

    Francisco

    It's interesting, OneProvider is still charging $1/month (+$3 setup fee) for additional IPv4 on their OVH configurations even after this announcement. I wonder if they have any deals with OVH or if they'll just pass it off to the customer when the time comes.

    I doubt they'll move out, OneProvider definitely has some sort of arrangement with OVH and definitely gets some sort of discounts, if not then they'd basically be making no profit on their OVH configurations iirc

  • AdvinAdvin Member, Patron Provider
    edited September 15

    A lot of the OVH servers have been increasing in prices and there aren't that many good deals anymore (other than Eco). The IP costs were what made them extraordinarily special, but looks like that's going away. Other providers in the US/EU are getting way more competitive and are becoming a far more cheaper & better option than OVH.

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited September 15

    @jtk said:

    @Francisco said:
    Is there many hosts selling VPS from OVH these days?

    I don't if there are many, but I believe at least the following are actively using OVH's net/gear. What exactly the nature of their relationships are I'm unsure:

    I have @EvolutionHost free VPS in exchange for link on my website.
    The list price for Developer SSD 2GB plan is €10/month.
    I'm unaware about any unsustainable deal from them.
    Assuming they sell more VPS than they give away for free, IP costs won't break them.

    @hostnamaste is reselling OVH in France and Canada.
    Their prices are "unreasonably high" but it would be able to sustain the IP costs.

    LittleVZ is the one in trouble.
    $12/year smallest plan cannot pay for IP costs.

  • NAT VPS in SG as a replacement for LittleVZ in SG would be nice.

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  • laughs in ipv6

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  • OBHostOBHost Member, Patron Provider

    @FlorinMarian said:
    @OBHost has many dedicated servers at OVH from what I know.

    How I can assist?

  • OBHostOBHost Member, Patron Provider
    edited September 15

    @MohamadSY said:

    Bare Metal servers, Public Cloud projects and Load Balancer

    ServiceRIRPrevious priceNew price
    additional single IPv4 /32ARIN/RIPE€ 2.00 setup€ 1.50 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /30ARIN/RIPE€ 8.00 setup€ 6.00 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /29ARIN/RIPE€ 16.00 setup€ 12.00 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /28ARIN/RIPE€ 32.00 setup€ 24.00 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /27ARIN/RIPE€ 64.00 setup€ 48.00 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /26ARIN/RIPE€ 128.00 setup€ 96.00 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /25ARIN/RIPE€ 256.00 setup€ 192.00 monthly
    IP block (IPv4) /24ARIN/RIPE€ 512.00 setup€ 384.00 monthly

  • mhnmhn Member

    @Advin said: It's interesting, OneProvider is still charging $1/month (+$3 setup fee) for additional IPv4 on their OVH configurations even after this announcement. I wonder if they have any deals with OVH or if they'll just pass it off to the customer when the time comes.

    What are the OVH configurations on OneProvider? 1gbps offers?

  • jtkjtk Member

    @mhn said:
    What are the OVH configurations on OneProvider? 1gbps offers?

    It may be less than some may think. They have a mix of stuff they resell and do themselves from what I've seen. Two systems that I know of are small VMs from their "legacy" OneCloud VMs. One in Singapore, the other in Frankfurt.

  • rm_rm_ Member

    "Utilisez IPv6 gratuit" (c) twitter.com/olesovhcom/status/1536734786236063744

    Time to relegate IPv4 to a secondary optional protocol: firstly IPv6 must be present and work, and only then maybe also IPv4, in places where absolutely required.

    Thanked by 1yoursunny
  • The end is nigh

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