Cameron, from DomVPS, has sent us a couple of OpenVZ plans, along with a KVM plan we featured in January, for LowEndBox readers. If you’re a fol
Cameron, from DomVPS, has sent us a couple of OpenVZ plans, along with a KVM plan we featured in January, for LowEndBox readers. If you’re a follower of LowEndTalk, you may have already seen these plans advertised.
|OpenVZ 512MB Plan
||OpenVZ 1GB Plan
||KVM 512MB Plan
domVPS have been on LowEndBox since 2010 and in that time, they have been featured many times before. Their German servers are with Contabo (previously Giga International) and are equipped with the following: the Intel Core i7 3930k; 64GB DDR3 RAM and 2x 1TB drives in RAID1. Their American servers are with ReliableSite on the Choopa network and are equipped with: the Intel Core i7 3770; 32GB DDR3 RAM and 2x 1TB drives in RAID1. On their last post, a customer of theirs left a review ‘highly recommending’ them. Any more reviews would be greatly appreciated.
domVPS accept both PayPal and GoogleCheckout. They also offer a 7 day money back guarantee. They have recently setup two-factor authentication for clients to access their WHMCS billing account, by using time-based keys that can be used with Google Authenticator. The two-factor auth is an opt-in service which is not required by default. Proxy, VPN and Adult content is allowed. IRC clients only. As usual, take a look at their Terms of Service before signing up.
American Test IPv4: 18.104.22.168
American Test File: http://22.214.171.124/100mb.test
German Test IPv4: 126.96.36.199
German Test File: http://188.8.131.52/100mb.test