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Worldstream price increase

Worldstream price increase by 10%

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  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    Will @MannDude and @Jord increase VPS prices accordingly?

  • MannDudeMannDude Member, Patron Provider
    edited November 2022

    @yoursunny said:
    Will @MannDude and @Jord increase VPS prices accordingly?

    Nah. Since we're not a budget provider we can absorb costs like this without passing it onto the customer. Our pricing with Worldstream is still great.

    Edit: our dedi customers may need adjusted... we use our own AS and IP space with their hardware. A 10% increase on that with fluctuations in USD to EUR value may make it difficult to NOT do something... but we'll see. Nothing decided on that yet.

  • agentmishraagentmishra Member, Host Rep
    edited November 2022

    how do suppliers price increase for old items... :o

    as existing bills/renewals are also increasing

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  • @agentmishra said:
    how do suppliers price increase for old items... :o

    as existing bills/renewals are also increasing

    Its relative, probably also including power supplier as thats the main factor along with high IPv4 pricing.

    Thanked by 1agentmishra
  • I will be cancelling my dedicated server with worldstream next month. I am glad I found a replacement during the BF.

  • @Hayashima said:
    I will be cancelling my dedicated server with worldstream next month. I am glad I found a replacement during the BF.

    To what provider did you move if I may ask.

  • @agentmishra said:
    how do suppliers price increase for old items... :o

    as existing bills/renewals are also increasing

    Electricity is more expensive, bandwidth is more expensive, ip's are more expensive, rackspace is more expensive, hardware is more expensive, staff to run and maintain everything is more expensive.
    Can you seriously not understand why providers have to raise their prices?

    Thanked by 1webcraft
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