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pay-per-use

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Pay-per-use bandwidth? Not without some ground rules

Molly Wood faces the hard reality that the days of unlimited bandwidth are over, but she's not going to get taken to the cleaners by greedy providers. Here's how to make pay-per-use a fair deal for everyone.

By May 17, 2012

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Pay-per-use bandwidth? Not without some ground rules

Molly Wood faces the hard reality that the days of unlimited bandwidth are over, but she's not going to get taken to the cleaners by greedy providers.

By May 16, 2012

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Microsoft outlines pay-per-use PC vision

In a patent application, Redmond argues that you would benefit from metered computing by having a PC with an extended "useful life."

By December 29, 2008

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Symantec eyes pay-per-use software

Virtualization may spell the end of expensive long-term software-licensing deals, enabling the monitoring of each software instance use, according to the security company.

By October 9, 2008

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Commentary: HP's pay per use--a fair start

Hewlett-Packard has delivered on its promise to offer a utility pricing for its enterprise-class Superdome and Intel-based NetServer family of servers.

July 10, 2001

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Microsoft working on 'Mohoro' Windows desktop as a service

Microsoft is believed to be building a Windows Azure-hosted desktop virtualization service that could be available on a pay-per-use basis.

By May 1, 2013

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HP attempts to play host with pay-per-use service

The computer maker plans to launch a series of Web hosting services with a special twist--customers will be billed simply for the services they use.

March 17, 2000

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Exclusive: ITU 'failed,' says former policy chief

A former telecommunications policy maker at the international organization, which is holding talks in Dubai to expand regulation of the Internet, warns that the group's conference is "absolutely absurd."

By December 12, 2012

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Microsoft Windows Media enables pay-per-use

The company releases a preview version of the Digital Broadcast Manager, software designed to allow secure downloads of audio and video content on a pay-per-use basis.

February 9, 2000

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AT&T to pay feds $700,000 to settle overcharging dispute

The Federal Communications Commission announced Tuesday it has reached a $700,000 settlement with AT&T over claims that the carrier overcharged wireless data customers.

By November 6, 2012