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CubosHost – $48/year 512MB KVM VPS in Dronten, The Netherlands

Tags: , , , , , Date/Time: September 30, 2015 @ 1:00 am, by Jonathan Tan

CubosHost

Dominic, from CubosHost, has written us to share their first offer for the LowEndBox readers. This is a KVM offer located in Dronten, The Netherlands. Good news as IPv6 is available and BitCoins payment is supported – common requirements for many of our readers.

Host node information is not available. We only know that they are using SAS15K RAID10 disk configuration. We are told that VPS transfer is unlimited, but having only 100Mbps uplink. Host nodes however, are connected to 2x1Gbps uplink.

VDS-Micro

  • 512MB RAM
  • 1x vCPU Core
  • 25GB HDD space
  • Unlimited transfer
  • 100Mbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 5x IPv6 (More available upon request)
  • KVM/Custom
  • $48/year
  • Order here

Dominic also gave us a coupon code LOWENDBOX20%OFF that gives 20% recurring discount on their other plans. Kindly visit their website as the other plans does not meet LEB pricing criteria.

CubosHost has been providing hosting solutions since 2012 and offers a wide range of tariff plans for professional web hosting. They are registered in England and Wales as ZenTroll ltd, with company number #07951841. Their domain was also created in 2012 and WHOIS information is public. They own their server equipments located in one of the leading data processing centres – Serverius B.V., in the Netherlands. 24h support is available for hardware and network related issues.

Supported payment methods includes Credit Cards,PayPal, WebMoney, and BitCoins. Their website states that they offer 30-day money back guarantee. As always, kindly read their Terms Of Services carefully before making any purchase.

Network information

Serverius – Dronten, The Netherlands
Test IPv4: 5.178.67.38
Test IPv6: 2a00:1ca8:69::40
Test file: http://cuboshost.com/100MB.bin
Looking glass: http://lg.serverius.net/

7 Comments

  1. Huh, still no comment? OK, I just ordered one VPS, 4 GB. Waiting it to be delivered.

    October 6, 2015 @ 7:51 am | Reply
  2. It’s almost 24 hours, but I still can’t login to my VPS.

    Order number: 1395252855
    Ticket number: 280750

    October 7, 2015 @ 6:09 am | Reply
  3. Sorry, they just responded, and my vps running now.

    Thank you.

    October 7, 2015 @ 5:11 pm | Reply
    • you’re welcome.
      We deliver VPS servers immediately after receive payment confirmation, and they fully available for management via client panel.

      October 7, 2015 @ 6:48 pm | Reply
  4. Dante:

    Coupon expired? Tried to sign up but wouldn’t let me use it. Is there another coupon available for LEB users?

    November 24, 2015 @ 3:03 pm | Reply
  5. Walker:

    Can you provide a /48 for the VPS?

    November 27, 2015 @ 4:13 am | Reply
  6. Tommy:

    I’ve been using them for around 1 year, but I can’t recommend them to anyone. Initially things were fine, the setup was done and afterwards I’m usually not in need of any support.
    Some timeouts here and there but ok, their upstream provider Serverius might be the cause. Still what’s unacceptable is if the VPS isn’t accessible anymore for more then 1 day and there’s no information at all – I found out myself that Serverius was doing a core switch replacement so when running your primary host at the same network as the VPS’ – sure one is unable to inform the customers. Of course there hasn’t been any information at all before and afterwards and upon my request what was wrong “technical problems” was the reply.
    Some weeks ago the IO went down – not just by a feeling, also my monitoring graph felt way below acceptable levels. Again a question and again “I rebooted and it works again” was the reply.

    Now one can’t except a professional enterprise grade support and I’m not doing, though the general feeling is like it’s an entire one-man show who can setup some management panel, get things running more or less and the technical insight is missing, not caring or it’s something else.

    The final point that was too much was a recent change of the entire IPv4 range to another network. So far no problem, but informing your customers 12 hours before the change is done is far too much.

    So in my opinion, check somewhere else if you want some reliability – not network related because if things are running (if) then there’re no problems at all – more related to clear statements if there’re problems, some info’s about upcoming changes that might affect the availability of your VPS and expect a bit more then “technical problems” when the entire VPS, including their own website, is down an entire weekend and you’ve to find out yourself what’s going on.

    September 6, 2016 @ 5:24 pm | Reply

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