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Dead Pool August/September 2011

Just a quick note on yesterday’s outage here at LowEndBox. It was a DDoS (yes, again!) and the VPS required a reboot to get back to shape. LowEndBox.com availability issues can be discussed on LowEndTalk.

And yes. I am here to confess that I missed last month’s dead pool post. I did raised it in the forums, but forgot about it after the first week of September. I am also apologising for my lack of involvement here and at LowEndTalk (that site has pretty much been set and forget for me, unfortunately). Things have been busy…

Anyway. Besides the legendary Steve Jobs, let’s see who else are in the dead pool.

CurlHost CurlHost

Current Status: Connection timed out

CurlHost was first listed in September 2010 offering $2 64MB OpenVZ VPS. Later in October they started selling Xen VPS, and their last offer, a LowEndBox special, was posted in April this year offering Xen HVM with 512MB for $6.50. However from the last few comments here + comments on WHT, it looks like “Prakash Shrivastav” had done a runner.

Interestingly Francisco from BuyVM warned me about them back in October last year, and I’m surprised that they have lasted that long.


Current Status: Sold to ThunderCloudGames

So Travis, a few weeks after selling HostLadder, started up EdgeVPS, who was about to have “a great run with it”, and had hoped to be the next BuyVM. Well, a few months down the track, EdgeVPS was sold to ThunderCloudGames, which is a division of CyberLynk Network, Inc. This kind of pump-and-run seems to be quite common on LowEndBox — build a large customer base with low price, sell it to some other company, and then restart the process again. Pretty much fitting into Daniel’s description of Travis here.

MyResellerHost MyResellerHost

Current Status: IP address not resolvable

MyResellerHost was first listed on LowEndBox in March this year, although Mark Pammesberger emailed me in December 2010 pretending to be a customer of MyResellerHost. Their first offer came with 250GB of storage at $5.09/month, but surely that’s not sustainable (evidently from all the complaint comments rolling in). They then had a hard drive crash in August, and finally closing its shop in September.

Pluggr.info Pluggr.info

Current Status: Domain expired

Pluggr.info was posted last October as an interesting alternative to low end VPS. Instead of getting a small share of a big iron, you pay $4.50/month for a SheevaPlug dedicated server with a external hard drive attached to it. It did receive some good responses… However, as far as I know, Alex has moved on from KWD Services to form PlugBucket, and the domain “pluggr.info” has just expired. No idea what happened, but I hope those who got the plug there still have the service.

TropicHost.info TropicHost

Current Status: Under construction

TropicHost should have died back in June when its website shows just a directory index page. Then it got replaced with an “Under Construction” page that says “Prepare to be surprised……. In ~30 days (~08/23/2011)”. I am indeed surprised that it’s still off-line.

Volt-VPS Volt-VPS

Current Status: Hosting Account Suspended

Despite someone claimed VPS is still working, Volt-VPS‘s home page has been showing cPanel’s account suspended message for more than 2 weeks. With its linkage to previous failed VPSRocket, again I am not all that surprised about it ending up in dead pool again. It’s main backer WhiteLabelHosting is still in operation.

W2Servers W2 Servers

Current Status: Website offline

Okay. I know this is loooooong dead, but somehow someone finally put a bullet through that zombie in September. W2 Servers‘ website (which was hosted on Amazon EC2) stopped connecting on 23 September — no one is paying the bill I guess. Anyway, here is an informative blog on the whole saga. $24/year for 512MB OpenVZ VPS too cheap? Maybe, but I guess whatever touched by Lyron Fosters is determined to fail anyway.

Not So Honorable Mentions

There are still a few VPS providers that I have not yet been able to identify whether there’s any vital sign. To many they are pretty much dead, but (1) they still have their website/ordering system running (2) there are still people claiming that their servers are working. So

  • iPAP.co — dead? Some people are still having their free VPS that iPAP have not bothered to invoice. Any news on these guys?
  • OneDollarVPS — there are people reporting that their VPS have been resurrected with a new IP address. Still up?

And the one that have gone off-line in the first week of October:

  • Byte Bistro — they stated that they are closing down for good. Dead pool for October.
  • DediSRV — 403 on their home page since 2 Oct. Judging by how many emails I got from Jake trying to get me to list their offers since January this year, they must be pretty desperate.
  • GenVPS — connection timeout since 6 Oct. See WHT report here.
  • UKDirectHost — website is not resolvable since 5 Oct. Another those non-redundant NS fail, or maybe the fault was deliberate, i.e. doing a runner?
  • VPSVibe — connection timeout since 6 Oct as well. John sold AlienVPS to webRolun to start VPSVibe. Maybe he is hunting for a new buyer again?

That’s it for the last two months. Need to run for the meeting now so I’ll fix up errors in 2 hours after you guys done the proof read :)

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  1. Thanks, long post.

    Curlhost, I was with them for more than 6 months, and my experience was really good. Then, the support dissapeared u_u

    Pluggr, I wanted one of that boxes, maybe someone here in LEB have one?

    Myoversellerhost, piece of crap, ignorant support u_u

    EdgeVPS, after the comment of Daniel, if that is the case, I guess anyone that read it, won’t be buying ANYTHING of this guy, now and future.

    And W2, that guys must go to the jail forever.

    My 2 cents

    PS: So, VPStree and enotch? =P

    October 10, 2011 @ 3:36 am | Reply
    • we called myresellerhost when it first got posted.

      I didn’t know GenVPS did budget, I thought it only did ‘fully managed vps’. It looks like Lyron took down his blog along with the rest of his stuff, we’ll see when he returns again.


      October 10, 2011 @ 4:48 am | Reply
    • John_R:

      The Curlhost situation sounds like maybe they were trading services for tech support, and the tech bailed.

      It is pretty common.

      October 13, 2011 @ 1:11 pm | Reply
  2. It’s a pity that pluggr went down, it seemed like a good idea :/

    October 10, 2011 @ 4:49 am | Reply
  3. Lowender:

    Don’t forget cripperz.sg, they stole my money 3 months into a 1 year contract. There are others who have complained about this but perhaps their customer base was too small to make any waves among the LEB crowd.

    October 10, 2011 @ 5:07 am | Reply
    • I’m thinking it’s more that the majority of their users were chinese so they wouldn’t know how to write a complaint properly.


      October 10, 2011 @ 6:45 am | Reply
      • why?
        we just complaint it in chinese vps forum instead.lol
        but i never heard of that provider.

        October 10, 2011 @ 10:14 am | Reply
    • James:

      My VPS is still up and running. 14 days uptime at the moment. Its at the Kansas city DC.

      October 10, 2011 @ 7:20 am | Reply
    • Mr. Man:

      I assumed that one to be a scam just from the name. It sounds like something a 14-year-old would come up with.

      October 11, 2011 @ 12:32 am | Reply
    • Michael Sage:

      I concur, definitely a deadpooler.

      October 11, 2011 @ 11:06 am | Reply
    • Suprise2 … since when did we have a 1 year contract and as far as i am concern we did not stole anyone’s money of a 1 year contract. And to add to that, i am away dealing with some other matter along the way, my sincere apology to those who have been affected with multiple distruptions on the vps service.

      I might have highlighted in my reply via twitter for those who tweeted me, there was no response to tickets is because we had dozens to hundres of incoming malicious tickets opened in a day, just happened to fix that, all tickets in logs deleted, none attended. Also our colorado server went out due to our failure to make necessary agreement to arrange payment due to local singapore paypal had imposed limits to our account as they would like to check on account activity -> really something new for me as well and yes Singapore has strict paypal policy linked to our local bank accounts.

      None the less, the colorado server is hosting only 9 VPS users and it is hosting our main bulk of our web design customers. If you are one of the 9 vps user, kindly open ticket with your account that you bought with us before and we move you to some server elsewhere.

      Yes we have been hit unexpectedly. Learning turf but never say die. Also to highlight, VPS is not our main business, i am selling out space on the server base on our web design / hosting demand here in Singapore.

      Oh yes, I AM NOT CHINESE by the way. My name doesnt sound chinese either do i.

      Nonetheless, dont make it seem like i ran away with hundreds if not thousands of dollars. I have run with none so far. For some of those affected colorado users, they filed a dispute and refunded via paypal, i doubt i owe anyone else for that matters. Every transaction is done via paypal, you contact us via http://cripperz.sg contact form, twitter or your WHMCS client account for now.

      As far as i am concern, i am trying to run an honest business. Not running away with anyone’s money definitely for sure.


      October 15, 2011 @ 4:30 pm | Reply
      • Michael Sage:

        Hi Haas,
        You have closed both my high priority tickets that I have opened in the last couple of weeks. I am not sure how this is customer service. There was nothing in the client area about the problems you were having, perhaps that would have been a good place to put your updates? My VPN on my VPS is still not working. Please could you reply to me as a matter of urgency… My VPS is number VPS121. Please contact me.

        October 15, 2011 @ 7:03 pm | Reply
        • Hi Michael,

          Yes i closed all tickets because we was hit with hundreds tickets a day maliciously. We just fixed that problem now. I would appreciate if you can open a ticket via your client area if your account is still active.

          I have lost quite a bit of customers but that doesnt bother me much. Like i said, Colorado server are the minority users and we see no feasible way of having our servers there as the cost of maintaining it doesnt make sense to us. To be precise, we have 9 users in colorado, 2 of which have place a dispute for refund via paypal and have been refunded accordingly.

          Things are fixed now, just open a ticket and i deal with it.


          October 16, 2011 @ 4:23 pm | Reply
        • Nvm, i saw your ticket you created 5 hours ago. All done now.


          October 16, 2011 @ 5:13 pm | Reply
        • john:

          I used have CO vps and has been gone for almost 2 months now.
          Please see Ticket #317781

          October 22, 2011 @ 12:51 am | Reply
      • I have a Cripperz VPS on the Kansas City node. It is performing well and Haas has been very friendly and helpful to me so far.

        I live in mainland China. If you know anything about Singapore, and particularly the business culture in Singapore, you’d be very surprised to encounter anything other than an honest business. It takes a decade to earn a good reputation there and about 3 minutes to lose it, and it’s a small country–everyone in the IT business there knows everyone else (2/3 of the IT business in Singapore is in Sim Lim Plaza, all in the same building). I’m sure Haas has had some challenges but I certainly don’t think he is out to rip anyone off.

        October 20, 2011 @ 8:40 am | Reply
        • @TProphet

          thanks, at least someone here is Human still i guess.


          i have replied to your ticket.


          Obviously i am in the phase of some difficulty but it pisses me off when people start to make up stories. Pathetic stories to gain the attention, petty. Nevertheless, i cant please everyone and i am not going to try to do that. We are in various businesses, definitely not going to rip anyone off, even if i fall not making any profits, i will pay you out of my salary if that has to happen. We go where the money are, definitely VPS business as you can see is nothing that going to feed me my meals everyday, as i mentioned, i am sharing the resources i have at a low price, its a win win. If something happens inevitably, stop flaming, get down to it, we talk, open ticket, get it done. Not happy leave.

          Life is simple, dont complicate it. You got whole loads of choices here in LowEndBox. I do not know what you gain by making up stories, trolling and flaming others. Really pathetic seriously. =)

          cheers and grow up to some of those here aite.

          October 23, 2011 @ 7:52 am | Reply
      • solus:

        freaking server in KS is online,
        what is your freakign problem.
        I have already mentioned that server in colorado had issues.

        October 22, 2011 @ 1:17 am | Reply
        • solus:

          above was his twitter message

          October 22, 2011 @ 1:18 am | Reply
  4. person:

    I was one of the lucky few that got a w2 server refund…granted it was via a paypal dispute, but a refund is a refund…

    October 10, 2011 @ 5:12 am | Reply
    • Mr. Man:

      Lucky. Paypal told me that I was SOL unless I wanted to pay them to investigate it further.

      October 22, 2011 @ 1:26 pm | Reply
  5. thanks for updating very useful list

    Is it possible to add a wordpress tag for deadpool keyword, so I can bookmark all deadpool updates :)

    October 10, 2011 @ 5:24 am | Reply
  6. Matthew Bidley:

    In regards to GenVPS and vpsVibe they where really the same company. VPSVibe was a subsidy of GenVPS.

    jTam was “Helping my friend out with some sales” SOURCE: http://www.clubhabboforum.net/showthread.php?t=360420 (A quick google appeared)

    October 10, 2011 @ 6:34 am | Reply
  7. Keith:

    My server from onedollarvps is still working with a new ip.
    I haven’t paid the third invoice overdue notice of 30th September.

    October 10, 2011 @ 6:47 am | Reply
  8. Its amazing how you pretty much remember every comment made by heart.

    October 10, 2011 @ 7:03 am | Reply
    • LEA uses the search function? That’s how I find things. :)

      October 10, 2011 @ 10:01 pm | Reply
  9. Tom:

    I had expected such hosts Volt-VPS, curlvps,w2 , MyResellerHost to get fucked up sooner or later. Some kids couldn’t even keep it though summer.

    October 10, 2011 @ 9:20 am | Reply
  10. Dead: Nixcom, Firstnetserv.
    Also dead: Kgninfosystems (not in leb, but seen on let some times ago).

    Ticket: Affiliate Withdrawal Request Open since 22/09/2011.
    Invoice 27/09/2011 still unpaid (third and final billing notice received).
    Vps Online!

    October 10, 2011 @ 9:36 am | Reply
    • Nixcom

      Yes sorry forgot that. Martin is a nice guy but too bad with what happened to Nixcom.


      Daniel M cared to comment on that?


      Yes that guy kept on asking me to have his site listed. Well I guess I would never have the chance.

      October 10, 2011 @ 10:46 am | Reply
      • sorry firstnetserv.info don’t know its just the domain or another company?

        October 10, 2011 @ 11:14 am | Reply
        • Daniel:

          We let go the .info domain go some time ago. Now its all done via the main site.. And email

          October 10, 2011 @ 8:01 pm | Reply
  11. InsDel:

    PlugBucket’s site is hosted on one of KWD’s web hosting servers and uses KWD’s nameservers, so it may be that they just wanted to change names for the brand.

    October 10, 2011 @ 10:03 am | Reply
  12. IPAP Co. Admin:

    fortunately we are not dead we are changing MANY things in our service/ordering system so that we can provide better services :)
    just allow us 24 hours :)

    October 10, 2011 @ 11:03 am | Reply
    • Tom:

      Rofl, only an idiot will buy anything from you after reading your last offer.
      But yeah, guess you are just looking for this kind of idiots who buy from idiots to be ripped off by idiots.

      October 10, 2011 @ 11:14 am | Reply
      • dpflap:

        I wouldn’t say it any better :)

        October 10, 2011 @ 11:42 am | Reply
      • LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!! Great hahaha

        October 10, 2011 @ 4:24 pm | Reply
    • Ricky:

      lol it is not the real ipap admin but a poor ipap victim imo.

      October 10, 2011 @ 11:47 am | Reply
      • Agreed. I can read and understand this. The “ipap co admin” has had problems with written english previously. Although it’s weird that the gravatar is the same. Hmmmm…..

        October 10, 2011 @ 2:01 pm | Reply
        • CPS:

          yeah, the hash code is the same too (5ffee4c6d34054d446bec8c6ced210e4). perhaps they are taking some english short course..

          October 10, 2011 @ 2:50 pm | Reply
        • fanovpn:

          Blogs say “email address will not be published”, but a gravatar isn’t that far off from plaintext. It’s just an un-salted MD5 of the email address. Makes testing guesses really easy, and a brute-force guessing attack isn’t too hard either, since emails are pretty standardized. I think a quick test done at stackoverflow or somewhere like that had better than 50% reversing success just by taking the username and sticking it @gmail.com, yahoo, hotmail, etc. At LEB, I suppose you’d include the host’s domain name and standards like admin@, info@, support@, abuse@, etc. WHOIS records would also be a source of possible email addresses.

          Anyway, the point is a gravitar doesn’t mean anything as far as a confirmation of identity, it’s far too easy for someone to try some obvious guesses and see if they match the MD5 sum, and I’d be surprised if it took more than 4-5 guesses usually. Often the email address seems to be one that the company mentions on their website or in one of the comment threads. In this case, I just grepped through the old threads for mention of ‘@ipap.co’, and the first address I saw looks like it’s the gravitar in question:

          $ echo -n 'info@ipap.co' | md5sum
          5ffee4c6d34054d446bec8c6ced210e4  -
          October 10, 2011 @ 3:09 pm | Reply
        • fanovpn:

          ‘In this case’, meaning after drmike made me curious if it was an easy-to-guess address behind the gravitar. I don’t mean I posted the IPAP Co. Admin comment.

          October 10, 2011 @ 3:12 pm | Reply
        • Damn, that is how gravatar url is calculated? Piece of crap u_u

          October 10, 2011 @ 4:26 pm | Reply
        • vedran:

          Yeah, why don’t they just use email address in plain instead? -_-

          Really disappointing

          October 10, 2011 @ 4:38 pm | Reply
        • I was going to point out that that would mean making an email address public which is a nono but during my wp.com moderator days, staff made public at least three addresses of clients that I know of in the forums.

          Granted they were all abusers….

          October 22, 2011 @ 3:19 pm | Reply
    • tux:

      You deleted my data without my permission. When you give any compensation?

      October 10, 2011 @ 5:46 pm | Reply
      • Quote from Ricky

        lol it is not the real ipap admin but a poor ipap victim imo.

        And I think the same.

        October 10, 2011 @ 5:47 pm | Reply
    • I got $5 on them releasing a 4GB plan for $7/m, but enforce a 300Mhz CPU cap and extreme prejudice on anyone that tries to use either up. I’m waiting to hear the reports of someone getting cancelled because their copy of yum spiked while updating <_<


      October 13, 2011 @ 12:52 am | Reply
    • Biplab:

      IPAP.co has now become LydiaNET. Just received their new offer.

      October 16, 2011 @ 2:56 pm | Reply
  13. God bless GenVPS. We have created a range of fully managed VPS plans with cPanel/WHM just for there refugees, we have sold out already ;)

    October 10, 2011 @ 12:33 pm | Reply
    • Adam:

      Where do I find information about your FULLY managed VPS service?

      October 10, 2011 @ 1:11 pm | Reply
      • On our website. Like i said though we have already sold out. FTR if your intention was to point out that they are called semi-managed plans on our site, fair play. There`s not much between the two.

        October 10, 2011 @ 4:16 pm | Reply
  14. CPS:

    ouch, i thought gravatar already fix that issue. thanks for remind me about that.

    October 10, 2011 @ 4:25 pm | Reply
  15. Still unbelievable the number of “hosts” going out of business every month, and I use the phrase “hosts” lightly :).

    October 10, 2011 @ 5:02 pm | Reply
    • Tom:

      You forgot to use word “business” lightly.

      October 10, 2011 @ 5:05 pm | Reply
      • Maybe one of us should do a head count of how many LEA has driven into the ground. :)

        October 10, 2011 @ 10:06 pm | Reply
        • October 11, 2011 @ 12:28 am | Reply
        • You have an evil twin? I see lowendadmin and LowEndAdmin.


          thanks. I can’t count that high.

          October 11, 2011 @ 1:21 am | Reply
        • I *AM* the evil twin!

          Actually lowendadmin was before wiki got migrated to LowEndTalk (using Dokuwiki’s own authentication), and LowEndAdmin is using LowEndTalk/Vanilla’s user database.

          October 11, 2011 @ 1:49 am | Reply
  16. Blackstorm72:

    Ipap may not be dead, but they are sure zombied.
    My unpaid June Nitros still works.

    Nothing else to say, and just keep it running. Eventually, I may just use it on something unimportant.

    October 10, 2011 @ 5:34 pm | Reply
  17. vedran:

    Btw, are people getting SheevaPlugs shipped to their homes now?

    October 10, 2011 @ 7:04 pm | Reply
    • Keith:

      Mine’s a later model, the DreamPlug.

      October 10, 2011 @ 7:33 pm | Reply
      • rds100:

        What do you use it for?

        October 10, 2011 @ 7:35 pm | Reply
        • Keith:

          It’s always on as low power consumption. One end of a Hurricane Electric tunnel with radv6 running, which gives static ipv6 addresses to my lan with dynamic ipv4. Daap server using a usb drive, Nginx, tinc. Postfix & Dovecot are there although I moved the emails to my desktop, using the sd card was too slow. Also a script for ddns, to update the end point of the Hurricane Electric tunnel & to dynamically update iptables on vps’s with my local ip Running Squeeze.

          October 10, 2011 @ 8:10 pm | Reply
    • paul:

      For use at home you might be interested in the freedombox project, http://freedomboxfoundation.org/ There is a hardware list: http://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/TargetedHardware

      October 10, 2011 @ 8:17 pm | Reply
    • vedran:

      I was referring to Pluggr.info offer which basically involved purchasing SheevaPlug which would be shipped to you if you cancel your service or they go down the gutter.

      I wonder if they kept they promise?

      October 10, 2011 @ 10:35 pm | Reply
      • Alex @ Pluggr:

        Yes, we did, and do, when people cancel their service. It’s actually quite interesting to track them as they go through various countries. We’ve shipped to places from New Zealand to Russia, and each one’s a different experience.

        On another note, we haven’t been adding any more plug servers due to lack of room in our current cabinet, and haven’t gotten enough initial capital to expand to a second. (Although we’re looking at a cage in Chicago, which would greatly expand our options)

        October 15, 2011 @ 3:07 am | Reply
        • paul:

          Oh cool, you’re still around. If you offer plug servers again, it would be great if the servers can support multiple USB hard drives (2 laptop-style drives on a server is enough). That would allow a main and secondary drive, with the possibility of the user having you unplug the secondary drive and ship it to them (for a fee of course). That allows getting 1TB of data through the mail at a much higher “bandwidth” than downloading thru home broadband.

          October 15, 2011 @ 6:18 am | Reply
        • sebas:

          Alex, I never receive mine and my account is now close in your whmcs panel… :-(

          October 17, 2011 @ 1:49 am | Reply
  18. Wow, I am even surprised people even went with Curlhost – the whole site was filled with nothing more then dead links.

    That being said, two of my friends used it and had a wonderful service.

    October 10, 2011 @ 9:53 pm | Reply
  19. Since we were mentioned for curlhost:

    The owner contacted me last year looking for investment capital/a buy out but we turned it down. When we saw him within a little bit starting to offer < $7/m 512MB XEN's we knew he was in bad shape. Since he was doing it at burst he was barely breaking even after dedi + solus costs came into it.


    October 10, 2011 @ 11:20 pm | Reply
    • OMG, if you had bought it, probably I would have my good 512 Xen u_u.

      October 10, 2011 @ 11:31 pm | Reply
      • We don’t do rented gear, period.

        I did the math on the margins and it didn’t really work out nicely. We offer 512MB on KVM for $10/m and people swipe them up like no problem.


        October 10, 2011 @ 11:32 pm | Reply
        • Blackstorm72:

          This is likely how BuyVM is in very good standing today then. Smart move.

          October 11, 2011 @ 2:33 am | Reply
  20. Art:

    I’m really sad about ByteBistro. They had had create servers, support and speed. I don’t know what really happened with their provider, but they were online until closing and do not miss, when their bssiness was bad.

    October 11, 2011 @ 6:22 pm | Reply
  21. KhuongComputer:

    Order a vps with ipap.co last week, and after 3 days spending, I send a ticket and received answer that it’s been up.
    Definitely someone’s alive there.

    October 12, 2011 @ 9:17 am | Reply
    • Over a thousand comments, mostly negative, and folks are still ordering from them…..

      October 12, 2011 @ 5:28 pm | Reply
    • vedran:

      I was a “happy” ipap client for 3 (yes, three!) months. They do reply to their tickets, no question about it. If you’re happy with “It’s fixed” answers, you’ll be happy with their service too.
      Don’t expect it to “be fixed” as it never is, at least wasn’t for me.

      Technically, they aren’t dead. You’ll probably get your VPS which you can usually SSH into, and that’s about it. Don’t try to use it for anything else or it won’t work.

      Anyway, good luck with that! I hope it works out for you, feel free to share your experience.

      October 12, 2011 @ 7:14 pm | Reply
      • KhuongComputer:

        They have updated their solusVM to the latest version. Services are stable too…

        October 16, 2011 @ 11:29 am | Reply
  22. The vpsVIBE client area was down, our SolusVM/VPS servers were not effected during the outage, we are going to be moving the client area to a new server within the next few days to alleviate the issues.

    If any of our clients had any downtime issues during this outage, please open a ticket and we will work with you into solving a resolution.

    October 13, 2011 @ 4:36 am | Reply
  23. Michael Sage:

    Another one for the deadpool. I am not sure if any/many used them here, but mycpanel.co.uk have gone. They were offering FREE VPSes…


    October 15, 2011 @ 7:12 pm | Reply
    • vedran:

      They have never been listed here afaik, but you can’t really go lower than that

      October 15, 2011 @ 7:23 pm | Reply
  24. lokima:

    what about enetsouth?

    October 18, 2011 @ 3:20 am | Reply
  25. LowEndCriticus:

    tinyvps.ca, superbytes.net and fiberfirefly.com passed away.

    October 21, 2011 @ 11:12 am | Reply
  26. Curlhost now showing domain parked, end of their business?

    November 6, 2011 @ 10:24 am | Reply
  27. Looks like ipap.co merged with another company or they just changed their name. http://ipap.co goes to http://lydianet.com

    November 13, 2011 @ 2:51 pm | Reply
  28. hotsnow:

    IPAP have already dead?

    the ticket have no any reply for 2 days

    November 24, 2011 @ 3:19 am | Reply

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