Pricing in the U.S. and Europe starts at $.17/GB transferred, ranging down to $.09/GB for transfers over 150 TB/month. They’re somewhat higher in Asia. This isn’t the lowest CDN pricing out there by far, but it’s pay for usage only, giving smaller players a price advantage over large competitors like Akamai. And the service promises to work seamlessly with Amazon S3 and their other web services.
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