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Commenting on the report Josh Barstow, Executive Vice President of corporate strategy and business development for OpenVault said: "While usage-based billing often is considered as a revenue-enhancing tool, the reality is that it spurs subscribers to find harmony between their broadband speeds and their usage patterns."
"It's in the best interest of the industry to use existing tools to ensure that subscribers are provisioned for the appropriate levels of service, and to consider Usage-Based Billing as a bandwidth-management tool."
(62) Time Warner Cable announced, on April 9, 2009, plans to implement usage-based billing trials in Rochester, New York and Greensboro, North Carolina, in August 2009, and Austin and San Antonio, Texas, in October, 2009.
Usage-based billing is still uncommon for most network services.
WesTel Systems in Remsen, Iowa, is one of the pioneers of usage-based billing, having charged customers for bandwidth usage for the last five years.
The open architecture of the Allot SG Omega platform will enable expansion of the operator's service offering to integrate applications such as parental control, anti-DDOS protection, usage-based billing, and more.
Verizon Business has begun offering a new usage-based billing option to Verizon Internet Dedicated and Verizon Internet Colocation customers across 19 countries.
Fidelity has moved to a usage-based model, but how were business units charged for network capabilities before you introduced usage-based billing?
The HP UDC solution permits Philips' data center infrastructure to be provisioned virtually and managed on the fly--giving Philips the ability to deploy new applications and services rapidly and to establish flexible usage-based billing.
A usage-based billing model means never having to pay for peak capacity needed once or twice or year
New features in version 1.5 include enhanced load balancing and redundancy, usage-based billing via RADIUS accounting, user name transformation and service-type mapping.