Static IP addresses are pretty rare these days.
They are typically only offered by ISPs to business clients and sometimes to residential users – but for a cost. How much would a static IP address cost though? We went ahead and collected a few of the major ISPs costs so you can see for yourself.
- Charter – Business Account Needed – Starting at $65/month
- Armstrong $5/month
- AT&T $15 to $40/month
- Comcast $14.95/month
- Verizon Business Account Needed Starting at $99.95/month
- Quest $5.95/month
- One Source Communications $11.00/month
- EarthLink $15/month
We are aware that this is just a small fraction of the Internet Service Providers out there, but as you can easily see, static IPs are not cheap.
They often are charged at a monthly fee, or the ISP makes you upgrade your service to a business plan instantly adding to the cost.
No-IP Enhanced Dynamic DNS is a great choice for the home user or small business that wants remote access to their computer, camera or even run a server out of their home. For only $1.25/month it is an awesome solution to that pesky dynamic IP address problem. You can also check out our free dynamic DNS service.
With our awesome dynamic DNS solutions, we save you at least $60 a year. How sweet is that?
Have you ever inquired about the cost of a static IP address? How much does No-IP save you a year?