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HostBRZ – 4GB SSD KVM VPS for $40/year & more in New York or Los Angeles! (Free Windows OS!)

Elliot from HostBRZ is back with a flash sale on KVM VPS plans. As usual, everything that HostBRZ provides is SSD only for the fastest speeds possible. We were also told that all of the below plans include free Windows OS if desired, and also a variety of other operating system options are available too!

HostBRZ has been featured on LowEndBox before, and they’ve received positive reviews from users. Their WHOIS is public, and you can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. We have been told that they are now accepting Alipay as an available payment method too, along with their other payment methods (PayPal, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum ZCash and all major Credit Cards).

Here’s what they had to say:

“HostBRZ is a SSD hosting company that enjoys building long term partnerships with our clients by unmatched service and customer support. It is our goal to service clients at the highest level possible and accept nothing less than that.

All of our servers are powered by SSD’s protected by RAID technology ensuring the highest performance and redundancy possible. With HostBRZ, your websites will load faster than your competition because of our enterprise hardware and rapid Samsung SSD performance!”

Here’s the offers:

** Prepay 3 years and get free Double IPv4, Double CPU, AND Double Bandwidth! **

4GB KVM-VPS Special

  • 4 CPU Cores (Double to 8 CPU Cores with 3 yr pre-pay)
  • 4GB RAM
  • 40GB RAID10 SSD Storage
  • 5TB Monthly Transfer (Double to 10TB with 3 yr pre-pay)
  • 1Gbps Uplink
  • 1x IPv4 (Double to 2x IPv4 with 3 yr pre-pay)
  • KVM/SolusVM
  • Linux or Windows OS
  • Docker Supported
  • New York or LA Datacenter
  • $40/yr or $120/3-yrs
  • [ORDER]

6GB KVM-VPS Special

  • 4 CPU Cores (Double to 8 CPU Cores with 3 yr pre-pay)
  • 6GB RAM
  • 60GB RAID10 SSD Storage
  • 10TB Monthly Transfer (Double to 20TB with 3 yr pre-pay)
  • 1Gbps Uplink
  • 1x IPv4 (Double to 2x IPv4 with 3 yr pre-pay)
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • Linux OS
  • New York or LA Datacenter
  • $79/yr or $237/3-yrs
  • [ORDER]


Los Angeles, California, USA
Test IPv4:
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Buffalo, New York, USA
Test IPv4:
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KVM Nodes:
– Dual Intel Xeon E5’s
– 256GB RAM
– 8x 2TB RAID10 Samsung SSD Drives
– 1Gbps uplinks

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!


  1. Tabish:

    How much would additional 40gb of space cost on the 4gb-vps plan?

    May 8, 2019 @ 12:55 am | Reply
  2. Erik Ashfolk:

    (1) Can we get 30xIPv6 or 50xIPv6 free ?

    (2) MAIL-servers need WHITELISTED IP-address & correct PTR/RDNS/return-value set to send emails into INBOX or else sent emails are either totally REJECTED or placed into SPAM/TRASH folder. Do you set PTR/RDNS/return-value via support-ticket ? or Can your VPS-management-panel allows to set PTR/RDNS completely ?

    (3) If your assigned (primary) IP is BLACKLISTED ( marked/shown by any one of the Blacklist Database Group/Company listed here: ) then (3a) do you issue a new WHITELISTED IPv4 ? or (3b) do you communicate-with (submit BL-removal-form or email) EACH of the BLACKLIST-DATABASE group to remove each of the blacklisted IP ? or (3c) do you only allot/assign (Blacklisted)-IP-address AS-IS & you leave all related steps+decisions on the User/Client to either Stay-with you or Leave/cancel-account ?

    by the way, you must set correct RDNS (with a user’s/client’s mail host name under user’s/client’s domain-name) for the IP-address, before sending any email into blacklist-database group or before submit-form to remove IP-address from blacklist-database.

    May 8, 2019 @ 1:48 am | Reply
  3. Matt:

    I truly hope these guys are able to keep the lights on and improve, since when our KVM systems are up they do run quite nicely, and Elliot was very helpful in building out some custom higher-end plans for us.

    God help you if you need to deal with support though; immediate demands to escalate right to poor Elliot M. may be the ticket (no pun intended) but I feel bad slamming the guy with support requests that truly any half-decent helpdesk should be able to comprehend and act on.

    Instead you can expect “answers” back from a Mister Earl Mitton and Johnny Thompson (a new fellow in the mix these past few days!) with something like this: “Hi, Cloud please care on change your configuration.” or “cloud please check your vps is go to on-line.verify your end.” Both totally verbatim :-/

    My latest issue is a VPS that ran perfectly fine for a month solid only to be dropped totally offline, and the SolusVM control panel says it boots but in reality it doesn’t come online/have VNC access/etc.

    I foolishly ask support to check the host node and after the first nonsensical ticket reply I refresh Solus to find they’ve apparently decided to change the entire VPS config (changed PAE, NIC type, disk driver, and mounted their own “WINDOS2012.iso” in place of my previously-configured drive). Of course the VPS still won’t come online and at this point I suspect they’ve likely hosed the system out of sheer incompetence.

    “Unmatched service and customer support” is a high bar to aspire to and HostBRZ is most certainly missing it support-wise. My recommendation: Have really great backups and a hell of a lot of patience (he says, coming up on 6 hours downtime on the above system)

    May 17, 2019 @ 2:02 am | Reply
  4. Aster:

    I bought 4GB VPS. It’s been 9 days and I have no problem so far. All VPS running smoothly. Will buy more soon.

    May 18, 2019 @ 10:04 am | Reply
  5. Wal:

    I am interested in 4GB KVM-VPS Special. However, I need more space than the offered 40GB.
    Can HostBRZ support me with this request?

    May 22, 2019 @ 12:04 pm | Reply
  6. Shetu:

    Can i install freepbx or openvpn server there?

    May 23, 2019 @ 1:46 am | Reply

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