BuyVM became famous in the low-end market for offering 128MB OpenVZ for $15/year. At the time that they offered it, people considered it unsustainable. Over the next year or so, startups struggled hard to compete. Many of them overselling to the point of horrible performance and going bankrupt in the process. The whole time, BuyVM continued to pull it off without showing any signs of stress, with excellent VM performance.
Over time, BuyVM’s prices stayed the same while others continued the race to the bottom. Their profitability increased with the continual drop in hardware cost, and they used their success to improve the quality of their service. Their control panel, Stallion, is custom made with features like backups, snapshots, IPv4 failover and anycast, as well as both AJAX and Java consoles.
Today, BuyVM breaks their tradition of never lowering cost to bring you the best KVM offer they’ve had to date. If you can’t tell, I’m a little excited to bring this offer to you. I’ll be making the first order. We’ll throw in their famous OpenVZ offer as well. Remember that DDOS protected IPs (Voxility) are $3/m extra. Let’s get to the offers:
1x E3-1270v3 thread (50% dedicated)
Windows 2008/2012 included
$7/m – Order here (Las Vegas)
IPv4 Test IP Address: 184.108.40.206
IPv6 Test IP Address: 2605:6400:20:78::1
IPv4 Test IP Address: 220.127.116.11
IPv6 Test IP Address: 2605:6400:10:53::1
IPv4 Test IP Address: 18.104.22.168
IPv6 Test IP Address: 2605:6400:30:fdd5::1