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Any South Korea VPS below $15/month?
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Any South Korea VPS below $15/month?

CephCeph Member

High speed and large bandwidth

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  • NeoonNeoon Member, Community Contributor

    AWS

  • nick_nick_ Member
    edited October 6

    Amazon Lightsail and Vultr

  • CephCeph Member

    Thank you guys,but i want original ip,not broadcast ip> @nick_ said:

    Amazon Lightsail and Vultr

  • Please someone North Korea VPS under $7

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  • kerus1024kerus1024 Member
    edited October 6

    Twitch.tv stopped the Full HD streaming in S.Korea because they are not cheap

  • rm_rm_ Member

    5 EUR at https://gcore.com/hosting/vds/, but not "large bandwidth", only 500GB/month.

  • SLMobSLMob Member

    Why is bandwidth so expensive there?

  • kerus1024kerus1024 Member
    edited October 6

    @SLMob said:
    Why is bandwidth so expensive there?

    because major ISPs want to make money and don't want to expand their wired network. and there is no neutral IX, must be peering with major ISP from other network

    Thanked by 1Logano
  • sanvitsanvit Member

    @kerus1024 said:

    @SLMob said:
    Why is bandwidth so expensive there?

    because major ISPs want to make money and don't want to expand their wired network. and there is no neutral IX, must be peering with major ISP from other network

    There's also this weird law where you are required to pay for your traffic usage, even if you are in a peering agreement.

  • chrispchrisp Member

    @kerus1024 said:
    Twitch.tv stopped the Full HD streaming in S.Korea because they are not cheap

    If you think that's the reason for OP to get a VPS there, why would he ask for South Korea and not anywhere else in the world where speedtest proves to manage the bandwidth of a full HD stream?

  • You can use oracle always free in SouthKoera

  • ralfralf Member

    It does seem strange though that in places that have always been ahead of the curve in terms of data consumed by citizens charge so much to provide that data. I'm specifically thinking of HK and S. Korea, for places where massive amounts of cheap data was available before most of the world, but also China nowadays.

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