Less expensive alternative to KeyCDN?

Discussion in 'Finance and Traffic' started by Shin Ryoku, Mar 5, 2018.

  1. Shin Ryoku

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    I have photography forums which use a CDN to distribute about 2TB per month of photos. KeyCDN is working well for me, but I am hoping to find a less expensive CDN. It's okay with me if the less expensive one is slightly slower than KeyCDN, as long as the uptime is good at all the nodes.

    Can anyone recommend an alternative to try?
     
  2. LeadCrow

    LeadCrow Apocalypse Admin

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    Switching cdn shouldnt bring a perceptible degratation you couldnt resolve with a very slight recompression if you feel like doing so.
    How much are you paying currently?
     
  3. Shin Ryoku

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    This is what I am currently paying: https://www.keycdn.com/pricing

    I am going to try moving my most active site to Cloudflare, which is only $20/month.
     
  4. bossArch

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    Dont panic :: $40/TB/month is not much.....
    Our charges fluctuates around $900/month and we are good.
    No worries at our end.
     
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  5. Shin Ryoku

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    So far, so good with Cloudflare. Seems to be a lot faster than the last time I tried it!
     
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  8. Shin Ryoku

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    Roldan, are you not using Cloudflare anymore?
     
  9. Dan18

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    Big sites still on Cloudflare (those sites that consume 10TB+ per month).
     
  10. Shin Ryoku

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    Thanks, I've been using them. Their volume pricing (uses smaller # of PoPs) is even lower, just $10 for 2TB, and results have been good.
     
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