EDIS traffic pool - Global and Premium traffic zone
Tired of upgrading your KVM tier for more traffic? EDIS Global has the Solution!
Here at EDIS, we know that running out of traffic can be a real pain. That's why we're excited to announce our traffic pool feature! With a traffic pool, you can "hydrate" your VPS with traffic from the pool, before it is running dry.
To make it easy for you, we created two traffic zones rather than having a variety of different traffic-prices for our over 40 locations.
The Global Traffic Zone is the standard traffic zone for all EDIS VPS locations, and it sets the base price point.
The Premium Traffic Zone applies to services in regions where bandwidth is way more expensive: UAE/Dubai VPS, Australia VPS, Chile VPS and Colombia VPS. Keep reading to learn more about our traffic pool feature.
- You are in complete control of the process of allocating and managing traffic.
- Independence from support team.
- No valuable time wasted.
- Maintain optimal functioning for your services.
- Take advantage of lowest price traffic rates (starting from EUR 6 /TB)
- Traffic in the pool never expires.
- Manually assign traffic to any KVM in your account which is running low on traffic.
- "Automatic refill" options coming soon
To get started with a traffic pool, simply top-up through the cart.
Once the payment has gone through, traffic will be added to your pool and your balance will be displayed on every KVMs management page, in the "Traffic Information" window. You'll also find information about which traffic zone your VPS runs in. This is particularly important to understand, because traffic in the Premium traffic zone is more expensive.
Use "Hydrate from pool" buttons to assign pool-traffic to your KVM plan in +100GB, +500G, or +1TB increments.
Adding traffic to a KVM in the Global traffic zone withdraws exactly the same amount of traffic from the pool (adding 1 TB to a server subtracts 1 TB from pool)
Adding traffic to a KVM located in the Premium traffic zone, withdraws 2x the amount you add to your KVM (double the price). (adding 1 TB to a server subtracts 2 TB from pool)