What happens when you reach your VPS bandwidth limit?

If your VPS exceeds its bandwidth limit, our system will automatically suspend the service. You can upgrade the server's bandwidth to reactivate the VPS, or else wait until the bandwidth is reset at the beginning of the next month. Since servers are suspended immediately upon reaching their bandwidth limits, we do not charge for bandwidth overages.
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