Buy Plots On-Demand $6/plot delivered in 72 hours max no matter how many plots

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I would like to see the best case scenario for RIO at this net space growth for 6$ for a plot. 1 TB
At 27$ per TB for drive (WD Elements 14 TB at amazon), I would pay aprox. 87$ for 1 TB worth of space for 10 plots. I would have to be really lucky to get my initial investment back even If the drive would be for free. What I am missing?

Btw this applies to other plotting services

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So what do you think is a reasonable price to pay?

I created a topic for that but nobody actually answered there:

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I don’t think there is really one, whole services doesn’t seem to be worth for farmers unless someone has small amount of drives lying around and can’t plot themselves. With the prices above 28TB (which is nothing with this netspace) would cost around 1700$ which gets you your own plotter so you only save on time.

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Does it means that price ~2$ per plot. A.k.a 560$ for 28TB would make more sense?