When does my bandwidth usage reset for my VPS?

Bandwidth for each VPS is measured monthly but is not based on your billing date. SolusVM measures all VPS bandwidth the same using the 1st of the month as the reset date for all VPSs. So if you order your VPS on the 15th, your bandwidth usage will reset on the 1st. This also means that if your billing date is on the 15th, and you run out of bandwidth on the 14th, your VPS will remain suspended until the 1st, even if you paid your invoice. If this is the case, please contact us and we will work with you to get this resolved.
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