Yes @Vartkat, you know your math… but my point is not that Wasabi is cheaper for 1TB than most services, is that if you need LESS than 1TB you’re better with another service. Wasabi, as a Wasabi PM said on this reddit thread, “is designed for long term large data storage”. That was 11 months ago and I think they’re still the same. The same guy advise to use Blackblaze instead of Wasabi because of that same reason.
All I’m saying is that if you don’t really need 1TB of data you can save some money using another service like Rsync.net, blackblaze or whatever you want to use. I mean… if, for example, you have just like 50GB of data, why pay $60 for 1TB if you can pay $24 for 100GB, which double your amount of actual data? You save $36. Of course, in the long run maybe your repo will increase in size but that’s another story. For personal use, I have like 10GB that I REALLY NEED to make sure is somewhere besides my external drive just to make sure I have a second plan in case my external hard drive dies. So, why should I pay more that what I need? I just can buy a second external HDD and sync my main HDD with a new one. I do have a lot of more data but I use offsite backups for just the stuff I really need for work, which is not a lot in size but it is for sure a lot of small files, documents, etc. Anyways, anyone have the right to decide to use whatever they want. If you’re happy with Wasabi, be happy, man.