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    Stream Hosting available

    Hi Guys,

    If anyone is interested I have a few packages on offer.

    On a very reliable server I have my own stations there. http://ilcradio.co.uk & gatwickradio.online


    5GB Auto DJ
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    300 Listeners
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    Shoutcast v1,v2 and Icecast v2

    5.00 GBP Monthly

    Please visit http://ilc networks.co. uk for more deals

    Cheers

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    Hmmmm! with 300 listener slots and 320kbps your going to need a lot more than 20GB of monthly Bandwidth...

    Someone else could probably work out the maths on that one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RDJUser View Post
    Hmmmm! with 300 listener slots and 320kbps your going to need a lot more than 20GB of monthly Bandwidth...

    Someone else could probably work out the maths on that one.
    if its That bad you feel you have to Hmmmmmm at. I can change that to 20, 30, 40 ,50, 60gb not a real problem for us. Were just trying to give people a cheap reliable starter package to get going with.

    What would be in your opinion A Good package and for what price ?
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    Just a quick calculation: (using the more common method of "even" numbers)

    320kbps = 40 kilobytes per second or .04 Megabytes per second. .04 X 300 = 12 Megabytes per second. 60 seconds in a minute equals 720MB and 60 minutes in an hour equals 43200MB or 43.2GB

    20GB = 20000 Megabytes, meaning you would run out of bandwidth in 1667 seconds, or 27 minutes.

    Personally, I was never sold on the high number of listeners and low bandwidth concept. That is why I don't personally do it that way on our site. Unfortunately every new hobbiest thinks they will have 500 listeners so they jump on packages like this. The big problem actually comes when you have to deal with the people who do utilize a high number of slots and don't understand the math. Then they realize how expensive a package really can be.

    Your pricing is about $8.36 USD per month. If we were to break down the bandwidth's true cost to make it a month (assuming your rate stays the same for more bandwidth) (30 days), you would be streaming for a total of 43200 minutes. If you divide that by 27 minutes, you need to purchase 1600 "packages". That would cost someone $13,376 per month. Now this is all just a crazy scenario as most people are not going to go crazy and calculate this crap. I only do it because I'm a numbers guy and I run numbers on EVERYTHING. I find it fun to figure this stuff out.

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    I understand thank you. We have decided to go with unlimited bandwidth to our users. I guess this would make it a better deal. I will change it all when I can get online with my desktop.


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    320kbps = 40 kilobytes per second or .04 Megabytes per second. .04 X 300 = 12 Megabytes per second. 60 seconds in a minute equals 720MB and 60 minutes in an hour equals 43200MB or 43.2GB

    20GB = 20000 Megabytes, meaning you would run out of bandwidth in 1667 seconds, or 27 minutes.
    I'd never have been able to work that out in a month of Sundays my maths ain't that sharp...
    Last edited by RDJUser; 03-01-2016 at 10:20 AM.


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