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Enterprise VPS Solutions – $7 Month 256MB Unmetered KVM VPS in Tampa, Florida

Tags: , , , Date/Time: April 15, 2013 @ 2:07 pm, by Zahra

Tomislav, from Enterprise VPS Solutions, has sent in his first ever offer for LowEndBox. This plan is located in Tampa at the Hivelocity Datacenter.

BARGAIN PACKAGE

  • 256MB RAM
  • 1024MB Burst
  • 1 CPU Core
  • 15GB Diskspace
  • Unmetered 10Mbit
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • KVM/HostBill
  • $7.00/Month | Order Link

Enterprise Vps Solutions LLC have been in business for 2 years. IPv6 can be added to your service free of charge via their support team. We are told that their diskspace is hosted on a “raid 10 array”. Servers are located at the Hivelocity Datacenter and will be setup instantly. Bandwidth can be upgraded too 100Mbit unmetered for 50 cent and 1Gbit unmetered for a dollar (other upgrades are available on the order system). I couldn’t find any reviews so if you buy this plan, your feedback would be great.

Enterprise accept payments via Paypal & Authorize.net. They offer a 30 Days money back guarantee and provide a 99% Uptime Guarantee. Unacceptable uses include but are not limited to: drug dealing, pirating, gambling, violating copyright law, stalking or violating other state or federal law and attempting without authorization to access a computer system. For more information, you can take a look at their Acceptable Usage Policy.

21 Comments

  1. Michael Gibson:

    Client account sign up issue on your site. Your system will not create and save my account details so I can not purchase. Please let me know when this is resolved and I will try again

    April 15, 2013 @ 5:21 pm | Reply
    • We apologize for the problems that occured for you. There were a few orders that processed yesterday with no issues. What issues did you have with your account?

      Please submit a support ticket to support@enterprisevpssolutions.com so we can assist you.

      April 16, 2013 @ 11:22 am | Reply
  2. How come KVM VPS have burstable RAM? :o

    April 15, 2013 @ 5:31 pm | Reply
    • There is a article on this site lowendtalk.com/discussion/52/vballoon-on-kvm that explains a little about how virtual kvm technolagy works. Also in our knowledgebase you have some more articles that explain about virtualization technology I know that article hasn’t been updated recently but if you do some research about the technology you will know that not all virtualization is the same. =D

      April 16, 2013 @ 11:30 am | Reply
  3. Nick Perkins:

    Any test IP and download?

    April 15, 2013 @ 6:12 pm | Reply
  4. Lucas:

    Enterprise? :) Looks like toys shop for kids

    April 15, 2013 @ 7:06 pm | Reply
  5. Lucas:

    – Cut cost by shrinking down your infrasture – Really 10 years kids here :) I just wonder how they wants make Enterprise grade business with this?

    April 15, 2013 @ 9:08 pm | Reply
    • You have to love website developers that you spell check the =D the spelling is corrected.

      Thank you for the information.

      April 16, 2013 @ 11:36 am | Reply
      • Lucas:

        Fine,all enterprises waiting when you coming rock the World :)

        April 16, 2013 @ 2:35 pm | Reply
  6. Spencer:

    “Enterprise Vps Solutions LLC have been in business for 2 years.”
    Yet their domain was registered on 19-May-2012, and he have private whois!

    April 15, 2013 @ 10:04 pm | Reply
    • The domain is new. What is wrong with a private whois? For security and privacy some companies keep it private, if you want to know or learn something about us you can contact sales@enterprisevpssolutions.com =D

      Sorry for the long domain name we are looking to shorten it in the future. =D

      April 16, 2013 @ 11:43 am | Reply
  7. What a LONG domain name……

    April 15, 2013 @ 11:16 pm | Reply
  8. Long or Short Domain Names?
    Domain names can be of any length up to 67 characters. You don’t have to settle for an obscure domain name like avab.com when what you mean is AcmeVideosAndBooks.com.

    Having said that, there appears to be some disagreement about whether a long or short domain name is better.

    Some argue that shorter domain names are easier to remember, easier to type and far less susceptible to mistakes: for example, “getit.com” is easier to remember and less prone to typos than “connecttomywebsiteandobtainit.com”.

    Others argue that a longer domain name is usually easier on the human memory – for example, “gaepw.com” is a sequence of unrelated letters that is difficult to remember and type correctly, whereas if we expand it to its long form, “GetAnEconomicallyPricedWebsite.com”, we are more likely to remember the domain name.

    April 16, 2013 @ 11:44 am | Reply
  9. Special for this month I upgraded the ram to 512M

    April 16, 2013 @ 12:52 pm | Reply
  10. Wonder if they could do a private LAN between a VPS and a HiVelocity dedicated server… Not sure if HiVelocity offers this though.

    April 17, 2013 @ 12:29 am | Reply
    • I do not believe they will do something like that as it would to them still be a public to public network.

      April 17, 2013 @ 1:56 am | Reply
  11. We have removed the burstable memory and upgraded it to 1024M. This offer is only for lowendbox don’t forget to like us on facebook =D

    August 25, 2013 @ 7:44 am | Reply
  12. We have upgraded the promo

    BARGAIN PACKAGE2048MB RAM1 CPU Core15GB Diskspace1 IPv4 address1 IPv6 addressUnmetered 10MbitKVM/HostBill$7.00/Month | Order Link
    Enterprise Vps Solutions LLC have been in business for 2 years. IPv6 can be added to your service free of charge via their support team. We are told that their diskspace is hosted on a “raid 10 array”. Servers are located at the Hivelocity Datacenter and will be setup instantly. Bandwidth can be upgraded too 100Mbit unmetered for 50 cent and 1Gbit unmetered for a dollar (other upgrades are available on the order system). I couldn’t find any reviews so if you buy this plan, your feedback would be great.Enterprise accept payments via Paypal & Authorize.net. They offer a 30 Days money back guarantee and provide a 99% Uptime Guarantee. Unacceptable uses include but are not limited to: drug dealing, pirating, gambling, violating copyright law, stalking or violating other state or federal law and attempting without authorization to access a computer system. For more information, you can take a look at their Acceptable Usage Policy.

    September 16, 2013 @ 8:02 am | Reply
    • Andrzej:

      Test IP and/or looking glass, please…
      Thanks.

      September 16, 2013 @ 9:52 am | Reply
      • Router:
        Query: show ip bgp
        IP address:
        BGP routing table entry for 96.31.64.0/19, version 339246252
        Paths: (10 available, best #5)
        Not advertised to any peer
        4323 29802 29802
        66.36.224.11 (metric 6801) from 66.36.224.11 (66.36.224.11)
        Origin IGP, metric 7000, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:240
        4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
        66.36.224.11 (metric 6801) from 66.36.224.11 (66.36.224.11)
        Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:240
        4323 29802 29802
        66.36.224.4 (metric 6101) from 66.36.224.4 (66.36.224.4)
        Origin IGP, metric 8000, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:250
        4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
        66.36.224.4 (metric 6101) from 66.36.224.4 (66.36.224.4)
        Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:250
        4323 29802 29802
        66.36.224.9 (metric 101) from 66.36.224.9 (66.36.224.9)
        Origin IGP, metric 105, localpref 150, valid, internal, best
        Community: 14361:200 14361:210
        4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
        66.36.224.9 (metric 101) from 66.36.224.9 (66.36.224.9)
        Origin IGP, metric 5, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:210
        4323 29802 29802
        66.36.224.13 (metric 1701) from 66.36.224.13 (66.36.224.13)
        Origin IGP, metric 3100, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:230
        4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
        66.36.224.13 (metric 1701) from 66.36.224.13 (66.36.224.13)
        Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 150, valid, internal
        Community: 14361:200 14361:230
        3356 29802
        66.36.224.189 from 66.36.224.189 (4.69.185.34)
        Origin IGP, metric 26739, localpref 101, valid, external
        Community: 14361:300 14361:320
        3356 29802, (received-only)
        66.36.224.189 from 66.36.224.189 (4.69.185.34)
        Origin IGP, metric 26739, localpref 100, valid, external
        Community: 3356:3 3356:22 3356:100 3356:123 3356:575 3356:2023

        October 2, 2013 @ 9:19 am | Reply
  13. Router:
    Query: show ip bgp
    IP address:
    BGP routing table entry for 96.31.64.0/19, version 339246252
    Paths: (10 available, best #5)
    Not advertised to any peer
    4323 29802 29802
    66.36.224.11 (metric 6801) from 66.36.224.11 (66.36.224.11)
    Origin IGP, metric 7000, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:240
    4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
    66.36.224.11 (metric 6801) from 66.36.224.11 (66.36.224.11)
    Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:240
    4323 29802 29802
    66.36.224.4 (metric 6101) from 66.36.224.4 (66.36.224.4)
    Origin IGP, metric 8000, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:250
    4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
    66.36.224.4 (metric 6101) from 66.36.224.4 (66.36.224.4)
    Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:250
    4323 29802 29802
    66.36.224.9 (metric 101) from 66.36.224.9 (66.36.224.9)
    Origin IGP, metric 105, localpref 150, valid, internal, best
    Community: 14361:200 14361:210
    4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
    66.36.224.9 (metric 101) from 66.36.224.9 (66.36.224.9)
    Origin IGP, metric 5, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:210
    4323 29802 29802
    66.36.224.13 (metric 1701) from 66.36.224.13 (66.36.224.13)
    Origin IGP, metric 3100, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:230
    4323 29802 29802, (received-only)
    66.36.224.13 (metric 1701) from 66.36.224.13 (66.36.224.13)
    Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 150, valid, internal
    Community: 14361:200 14361:230
    3356 29802
    66.36.224.189 from 66.36.224.189 (4.69.185.34)
    Origin IGP, metric 26739, localpref 101, valid, external
    Community: 14361:300 14361:320
    3356 29802, (received-only)
    66.36.224.189 from 66.36.224.189 (4.69.185.34)
    Origin IGP, metric 26739, localpref 100, valid, external
    Community: 3356:3 3356:22 3356:100 3356:123 3356:575 3356:2023

    October 2, 2013 @ 9:19 am | Reply

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