List of what "Extras" are and their costs?

Looking at the plans I see mention of "extras" that can be added on, but I can't find an actual list of what all the "extras" are. I see reference to IP's, backup etc..

Is there a complete list somewhere?

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I can list the extras I can add to my own account (the same for both Linode 512 and Linode 1024):

Additional RAM, $5 per month per additional block of 90 MB, up to 360 MB extra (ie. 90 MB, 180 MB, 270 MB and 360 MB).

Additional Storage, $2 per month per additional block of 2 GB, up to 12 GB extra (ie. 2 GB, 4 GB, 6 GB, 8 GB, 10 GB and 12 GB).

Additional Transfer, $10 per month for 100 GB, beyond that, it's $20 per month per additional block of 200 GB, up to 10000 GB extra transfer per month (actually, it's 100GB, 200GB, 400GB, 600GB, 800GB, 1000GB, 2000GB, 5000GB and 10000GB, the latter costing $1,000 per month).

Additional IP, $1 per month per IP address (only one can be added via Extras, I believe you must submit a ticket with justification for more than one extra IP per Linode server).

All of these can be paid on a monthly basis, annually, and only in the cases of 360 MB RAM and/or additional IP address, also for 2 years at a time.

Caker: That is the problem. Those are only 2 of the "extras"… there is no information about what other "extras" there are. The signup process makes no mention of them and there is nothing I can find on the website under FAQ, sales, features etc… that describe more than those two.

NeonNero: Thanks for the info. I figured it might be related to the package that I chose, but there was no where to find that info.


By the way, you can buy more than one of the same extra. For example, you can get 12 GB of disk space, and then you can get another 6 GB or 12 GB or whatever you want (at least until the host runs out!).

I wish they'd start offering "extra" Pepperoni.

I love Pepperoni.

//never mind - wrong forum//


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