On Nov 30 2020 the Startup and Enterprise plans were retired and replaced with just one plan, the Polaris plan. With that change, we are no longer offering regular, non-CDN bandwidth. That means that Free, Startup, Enterprise, and Polaris accounts will all serve video content via the latest in CDN technology only.

If you are approaching your limit for your account, please review the following information regarding your account...

Free accounts - Current limit is 1 GB per month. Videos will stop playing if they hit that monthly limit. You must upgrade to a paid Polaris subscription in order to increase their monthly bandwidth limit. To upgrade to a subscription just log into your Spotlightr account and upgrade from the My Videos Dashboard.

Polaris accounts - Current limit is 100 GB per month. Videos will continue to play if that monthly limit is reached and customers will pay an overage fee. That fee is 30 cents per GB. The fee will be paid the same day as your subscription renews and then your monthly 100 GB for the month will reset.

If you know you will routinely be over the limit, and it makes more fiscal sense for you, you may add an additional CDN bandwidth subscription to your account. For example, you can add an additional 200 GB/month to your accounts for $40/month. That will raise your monthly limit to 300 GB total. To do so, just log into your account and you can add those subscriptions from the My Videos Dashboard.

Startup accounts - Current limit is 50 GB per month. Videos will stop playing if they hit that monthly limit. You must switch to the Polaris account in order to raise your monthly limit and/or purchase add-on subscriptions for additional bandwidth.

Enterprise accounts - Current limit is 200 GB per month. Videos will stop playing if they hit that monthly limit. You can purchase prepaid bandwidth on the Enterprise plan in order in increase your monthly limit. This article will explain how that works for Enterprise accounts. Alternatively, you can switch to the Polaris account in order to raise your monthly limit and/or purchase add-on subscriptions for additional bandwidth.

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