[quote]So you mean, after the total month (billing period) i get billed only for the average of all days (without the highest)?
So i really do not have to pay the esitmation but a little bit less?[/quote]
- Edit: No, no averaging is done
- Hold on!
At the bottom of the panel, I see this:
Bandwidth by plan, start date - end date, # days
B. Cycle Estimate
D. Overage Cost
E. Est. Charges
Now, what you claim is that Cycle Estimate includes actual bandwidth, not billable bandwidth.
However, that would only be true if Total reflects actual bandwidth, because
Cycle Estimate = Total / # days * 30
Est. Charges = (Cycle Estimate - Included) * Overage Cost
I haven’t actually gone through my own account yet to see if Total reflects actual bandwidth or billable bandwidth. This can be done though - simply click on each domain and see what it says the total billing bandwidth is, and then add these up. If this sum equals Total, then Total reflects billing bandwidth, not actual bandwidth, and the Est. Charges will be the amount you have to pay!
On the last day, ie the 30th day:
Cycle Estimate = Total / 30 * 30
The / 30 * 30 cancels out, leaving
Est. Charges = (Total - Included) * Overage Cost
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