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LeaseWeb – KVM starting at $2.97 for 1GB in NL, Germany, or USA

Tags: , , , , , , , Date/Time: July 19, 2015 @ 1:41 pm, by Maarten Kossen

leaseweb com 2015-07-19 15-38-00Tristan, from LeaseWeb, has shared their current 40% off promotion with us. This gives you a great saving on their KVM offering.

Virtual Server S

  • 1GB RAM
  • 1 CPU core
  • 40GB SAN storage
  • 4TB transfer
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • KVM/Custom
  • Coupon: SAVE40
  • $2.97/month
  • Order here
Virtual Server M

  • 2GB RAM
  • 2 CPU cores
  • 60GB SAN storage
  • 6TB transfer
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • KVM/Custom
  • Coupon: SAVE40
  • $5.97/month
  • Order here

The price may vary based on where you are located; in the Eurozone the prices is in euros. VAT may be added depending on your situation.

Good to know: I went to the order process myself and you will get a phone call to verify your order. I was called within 10 minutes. They verify your street address, e-mail address, and ask you whether it’s a server for private or business purposes.

LeaseWeb is an Amsterdam-based hosting company that has been operating since 1997. They’re part of the bigger OCOM Group, which also owns evoSwitch and several other companies. Their office is real (I drive past it quite frequently) and they’re quite a sizable operation at that. The storage with these machines is on a SAN and is on a RAID10 array. Transfer was increased heavily lately, with the cheapest server going from 500GB to 4TB! This change is permanent and not limited to this promotion. If you get a server for a longer period you also get discount, which stacks up meaning you can get these servers even cheaper if you pay for a longer term. As always, we’re very interested to hear how you guys experience this offers, so feel free to comment!

Host nodes have redundant power and multiple uplinks. They also have dual CPUs and supposedly plenty of RAM. A combination of SAS and SSD drives is used on the SAN for optimal performance. You can pay using PayPal, Bank transfer, or Credit Card. There’s a plethora of options available with each server, but they will make this more expensive. As always, please read their legal documents before you order!

Network information

Please see their Network information page for more.

61 Comments

  1. Curious:

    No test IPs for pinging?

    Are these allowed:

    1) Bittorrent
    2) I2P
    3) Tor
    4) IRC clients & bots
    5) VPN
    6) Web proxy (not public one, personal / for friends)

    July 19, 2015 @ 2:28 pm | Reply
    • Jasper:

      I’ve ordered one of their servers. In the last section they have terms and conditions. I’ve scrolled through these and there were rules about IRC bots, but I can’t remember what these were exactly because I’m not planning to use the server for these.

      July 21, 2015 @ 6:01 pm | Reply
    • XCVD321:

      1) Bittorrent
      Only for Legal Content, but Yes.
      2) I2P
      Yes
      3) Tor
      Yes, please take care of abuse

      4) IRC clients & bots
      Yes, requires approval cause of C&C

      5) VPN
      Yes

      6) Web proxy (not public one, personal / for friends
      Yes, take care of possible abuse

      July 24, 2015 @ 1:13 pm | Reply
  2. Dave:

    Have never been impressed with leaseweb for a few reasons:

    1. The control panel had a nice design, but navigation was over complicated. I would honestly say I would rather use a VM from a Solus setup, as the information I would want to know is displayed in a more intuitive manner, and the actions I want to accomplish are easier to identify in Solus. I would figure that a company as large as leaseweb would have a better UI.

    2. Customer service – this is where I found them to be a pain. I contacted them to cancel a virtual instance that I had for about a year, but wasn’t using much for a project. I received notice that I would need to pay the next months service since I didn’t cancel in the correct time frame. I just let them know it’s kind of silly policy, and that it leaves a bad taste in my mouth; before this time, I didn’t have a negative opinion on leaseweb, but the nonsense they threw at me in the end, was not necessary. They finally said “nevermind, it’s our policy, but we will waive it this time” – I really don’t understand why they wanna piss someone off who is cancelling. If I was leaseweb, I would say “ok, no problem with cancelling – your next cycle hasn’t started, so you don’t owe us anything and your service will terminate when your account expires on x/y/z…have a good day!”

    They offered me discounted products and a few other items, but I just let me know that I think they have old school policies and I don’t want to do business with them. I let them know that I was happy with my service up until I tried to cancel and was notified about fee’s for next month, etc, and now I would rather avoid them. The service ran fine though, the server was quick, and the network had no issues and pretty good connectivity. PS – If you are leaseweb, please don’t contact me, I have already let you know how I feel about your policies.

    July 19, 2015 @ 4:33 pm | Reply
    • hi Dave,

      I am one of the software developers working at LeaseWeb, I would very much like to know how i can improve our UI because we did a lot of changes in the past year and i would like to know what you would like to see differently so we can make it better. Maybe i made some wrong choices in the UI design, but if you could give me some pointers, that would be great!

      Best regards,
      Stephen

      July 21, 2015 @ 1:02 pm | Reply
      • Lawrie:

        I really like this offer and I have purchased a 1Gb plan but there is one issue with the service that I can’t get a straight answer to. I’ve emailed support twice about this.
        The server you get comes with a default name based on your account number. You have no control over this and by default the hostname of the server is the same. It ends up something like XYXNL001
        I loaded Debian 7 on it and it doesn’t matter what you do with /etc/hostname or host files when you reboot the server reverts back to the default name given to you on commissioning.
        I find this quite frustrating. Why doesn’t the UI let you change the name of the server so that it persists permanently in the config files for that instance.
        Leaseweb would be my provider of choice if it wasn’t for this irritation.

        July 22, 2015 @ 6:30 pm | Reply
        • DomainBop:

          @Lawrie said: “I loaded Debian 7 on it and it doesn’t matter what you do with /etc/hostname or host files when you reboot the server reverts back to the default name given to you on commissioning.”

          You need to change more than just /etc/hostname. Follow the directions on this page https://wiki.debian.org/HowTo/ChangeHostname (or run the “non-intrusive script” on that page. After rebooting check with ‘hostname’ and ‘hostname -f’ and it should reflect your changed host name.

          After you change the hostname you can also set rDNS in the control panel by clicking on IP management for the server. (note: your new hostname won’t be shown in the control panel but you can always use the ‘reference’ field in the panel to keep track of the hostnames)

          July 22, 2015 @ 6:58 pm | Reply
          • Lawrie:

            @DomainBop
            Yes I’ve edited all those files (exim and smtp not relevant as no mail).
            The trouble is when you restart, the boot process overwrites the hostname file with the default machine name eg. XYXNL001 and then it inserts an extra line in the etc/hosts file above the one I’ve just edited again with the default machine name. As this gets read first, my changes aren’t loaded.
            Can’t find anyway round this apart from a start-up script to set it back but I consider that a bit of a bodge.

            July 23, 2015 @ 9:14 am
        • @Lawrie I would love to help you out with this issue. It should not change your hostname after initially setting it. If you can pass me a ticket number or anything i can identify you with i will personally look into your issue.

          July 23, 2015 @ 1:01 pm | Reply
          • Lawrie:

            @Stephen
            Thanks so much for the offer of assistance.

            Tickets I have raised:

            #6365764, #6355363 and #4763176

            July 23, 2015 @ 6:23 pm
  3. they dont accept phone no from india

    July 19, 2015 @ 4:54 pm | Reply
  4. I get 5.89 Euro = 6.37887 US-Dollars?

    July 19, 2015 @ 4:57 pm | Reply
  5. I get 5.89 Euro = 6.37887 US-Dollars for the small one ‘S’ and 11.84 Euro = 12.82272 US-Dollar for Virtual Server ‘M’? VAT is not over 100% in the Netherlands! :D

    July 19, 2015 @ 5:00 pm | Reply
    • JasperNL:

      VAT is 21% in the Netherlands ;)

      July 19, 2015 @ 10:54 pm | Reply
    • hostnoob:

      VAT isn’t over 100% YET ;)

      July 20, 2015 @ 1:35 am | Reply
  6. please remove my comments – I didnt put the SAVE40 ;)

    July 19, 2015 @ 5:05 pm | Reply
  7. snape:

    Used them in the past, in their German location after they bought Netdirekt, and they were extremely stable. As for their policies, eh, RTFM. It’s all there on their website.

    Only real complaint with this offer is I can’t for the life of me figure out which location “US” VMs will get provisioned at – DC or CA…

    July 19, 2015 @ 6:32 pm | Reply
    • Maarten Kossen:

      I believe it’s a custom DC in Manassas which is just below Washington DC.

      July 19, 2015 @ 7:54 pm | Reply
      • snape:

        I think that’s the case, but it doesn’t seem to be stated anywhere on their website. Just “US”. It’s not like their US DCs are three time zones apart, or anything…

        July 19, 2015 @ 10:52 pm | Reply
  8. Will I get 40% over renewals too, if I apply this code? Also, how long will this promo be active and are there any test IP’s and test files for the various locations?

    July 19, 2015 @ 10:55 pm | Reply
  9. just:

    Thank you for the documents.

    As a security measure to prevent fraud and abuse of the network we
    utilize, and in accordance with Articles 7 and 9 of our General Terms &
    Conditions, an initial deposit of $ 1250 is required to process your
    order. This provides you with a stable and reliable network.
    We will process your order upon receipt of the security deposit. This
    payment will only be accepted by bank transfer and no other payment
    option will be deemed valid. Please add your order number as a reference:

    When you made the deposit please send us the proof of payment so we
    can match it with our administration department.

    Beneficiary: LEASEWEB USA INC
    Bank: J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.
    Account: 000 000 909 681 579
    SWIFT: CHASUS33
    Routing number: 322271627

    Once we verify the submitted documents and receive the security deposit,
    your order will be processed. We appreciate your cooperation and
    understanding.
    For advice on frequently asked questions, visit our knowledge base at
    https://kb.leaseweb.com. If you have any questions about your order,
    please reply to this email.

    Kind regards,
    Doan Vo

    July 20, 2015 @ 3:18 am | Reply
  10. hotkk:

    Regional discrimination,Asia Pacific customers need to pay an extra $ 1250 security deposit

    > As a security measure to prevent fraud and abuse of the network we
    > utilize, and in accordance with Articles 7 and 9 of our General Terms &
    > Conditions, an initial deposit of $ 1250 is required to process your
    > order. This provides you with a stable and reliable network.
    >
    > We will process your order upon receipt of the security deposit. This
    > payment will only be accepted by bank transfer and no other payment
    > option will be deemed valid. Please add your order number as a reference:
    >
    > Beneficiary: LEASEWEB USA INC
    > Bank: J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.
    > Account: 000 000 909 681 579
    > SWIFT: CHASUS33
    > Routing number: 322271627
    >
    > Once we verify the submitted documents and receive the security deposit,
    > your order will be processed. We appreciate your cooperation and
    > understanding.

    July 20, 2015 @ 7:12 am | Reply
    • cfgguy:

      Its only for customers from China.

      July 21, 2015 @ 8:35 am | Reply
  11. Igor:

    Is own ISO allowed?

    July 20, 2015 @ 8:23 am | Reply
  12. Wira:

    Does Nested available / allowed? Also can we use custom ISO?
    Thanks…

    July 20, 2015 @ 10:10 am | Reply
  13. john:

    I have lots of experience with them since my previous employer recommended them to its customers.
    Please find some facts below

    Asian customers must pay a security fee, if you use a non Asian ip phone number and adress during ordering no security fee is charged.

    Their us vps platform is indeed in manasses

    They allow just about anything, as long as no abuse complaints are filed or your services are ddossed daily.

    About vps
    -Custom iso’s are not allowed/accepted
    -no additional ipv4 adresses ever!
    – mostly stable and reasonable performance
    – no backups snapshots or anything like that

    About support:
    Results may vary but overal they are quite helpfull and pretty fast

    Looking glass can be found on their noc leasewebnoc.com which also has news about maintenance and issues

    About dedi servers:
    -Their dedicated servers are also pretty cheap for servers in eu
    – they often use old desktop hardrives. test your drives for bad sectors before configging your server, they do replace drives whitout complaining, check the replacement drives as well!
    -pretty much all upgrades possible can be done not cheap thoug
    – they charge 2.5 euro per extra ip per month
    – only 16 ip s in total per server
    – if you plan to use your dedi for serious business get a better sla because fixing hardware problems can take up to 24 hours to solve with basic

    July 20, 2015 @ 10:42 pm | Reply
  14. Hariyanto wongso:

    I make order with them on early morning this day on 12:08AM and until now i must wait phone verification process. I paid it using paypal and after 18 hours there is no clear information about my order.

    July 21, 2015 @ 11:46 am | Reply
  15. jarland:

    Can’t sign up. Password requires at least 8 characters, at least one capital letter, at least one digit, and at least one special character. Then it fails to accept multiple passwords that meet these requirements.

    July 22, 2015 @ 2:42 am | Reply
  16. If anyone wants to review the ServerBear benchmark for VPS-M, its here http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2015/07/22/euS9WAl6LWdxTHX4

    So far so good. I provided the documents (because its a standard procedure with many hosts) and they activated my account without any issues.

    July 22, 2015 @ 2:11 pm | Reply
  17. snape:

    Signed up, paid for six months to make it a couple cents cheaper a month, lol. Verification was pretty painless, and was setup within about two hours, I think.

    Control panel’s nice. The “basic firewall” is basic (and IPv4-only), but does what it’s supposed to. They have their own local Debian mirror (and other OSes too, I assume) which makes installing/upgrading packages quite quick. All in all, looks like a pretty solid product from a pretty solid company.

    There’s no snapshot/backup function, which is fine. Leaseweb evidently offer some sort of object-storage product, but pricing seems to be on request, so I’ll just stick backups at Scaleway or Runabove. It’s not like Leaseweb are stingy with the bandwidth…

    July 22, 2015 @ 2:44 pm | Reply
  18. Do you allow bulk mail server.?

    July 22, 2015 @ 11:25 pm | Reply
  19. Angga Chin:

    sorry bro, but I see lwaseweb usa have High ping latency, better digitalocean’s network I see

    July 24, 2015 @ 9:02 am | Reply
  20. Just ordered one hour ago and they called me on phone minutes ago.
    Now I received the provisioning email, pretty fast order process :)

    July 24, 2015 @ 10:08 am | Reply
  21. shobhit verma:

    Yesterday, I bought a vps with leaseweb. They informed by email that within 24 hours i will receive a verification call. In the noon today at around I got a confirmation call from this number +31203162880. The person over the phone told me that I will receive an email which I need to reply. Thereafter, in my junk box I received this email. But I am not satisfied with their verification criteria. I cannot provide Copy of my credit card over the email. I am going to cancel my order with them.

    Just wanted to know, if someone else has verified in the same way.

    Dear Mr. Verma,

    Thank you for placing your order with LeaseWeb.

    In order to comply with our order verification procedure, please provide
    us the following information/documents so that we can process your order:

    a) Copy of ID
    Please provide a copy of your ID, passport, or another proof of legal
    identification.

    b) Proof of address
    Please provide a copy of a recent, non-digital document (for example a
    gas/water/electricity bill, bank or phone bill, etc.) which shows your
    name and the address (mentioned in the order). Please note that this
    cannot be the same ID or passport already provided, but must be a
    separate document.

    c) Copy of credit card
    Please provide a copy of the credit card used to place this order.

    d) Copy of the ID of the credit card holder (if the credit card owner is
    different).

    Once we verify the submitted documents your order will be processed. We
    appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

    For advice on frequently asked questions, visit our knowledge base at
    https://kb.leaseweb.com. If you have any questions about your order,
    please reply to this email.

    Kind regards,

    Jairo Martha
    Sales Support
    LeaseWeb Global Services B.V.

    T: +31 20 316 0230
    E: sales@global.leaseweb.com
    W: http://www.leaseweb.com

    July 24, 2015 @ 2:46 pm | Reply
  22. shobhit verma:

    Copy of chat with Leaseweb Administrator.

    Please let us know if you need any assistance
    Me: i have bought a plan yesterday.
    hey are you there?
    Amdur Hall: Yes I am
    Me: yesterday I bought a vps with leaseweb? today noon (indian time 12:41 p.m.) i received a call from +31203162880 and verified my details. The person over the call told me that I will get an email and I will have to reply that. the email I got requires photocopy of my credit card. can you confirm that only authorized person made that call.
    Amdur Hall: May I have your order number
    We only have authorized associates making calls to verify orders
    it is a restricted account that the emails are sent to
    You information is protected and isn’t forwarded or left to be reviewed by anyone who isn’t authorized in the first place
    Me: Order NO. US20150723216311
    Amdur Hall: The order can’t be verified with out the information necessary
    Me: I am sorry but I am not going to send my credit card copy over email. In the event it is not acceptable without credit card copy. I would like to cancel my account and claim my refund for already paid amount.
    If at a later date I feel that there is any big reason to rejoin leaseweb, i will do verification at that time.
    Amdur Hall: I am sorry that you don’t feel comfortable with the verification process
    I can assure you that the information is protected
    however I can cancel the order if you would like
    Me: I pursued the plan with Lowendbox.com. Leaseweb sent the plan to them, if the verification process require it, you should mention it with lowendbox.
    Yea I would like to cancel my order with full refund.

    Amdur Hall: Your order has been cancelled you will receive an email with this verification
    and our administration will be in contact with you about the refund
    Me: I have got the email.
    Amdur Hall: please know that a refund does take time depending on the system and your bank/paypal
    Me: ok. no probs
    Amdur Hall:Thank you for your time, have a good day!

    July 24, 2015 @ 4:42 pm | Reply
  23. rosso:

    @ shobhit verma
    Yes, this can piss off people. They should just get authorization for the CC charge and then go through the verification process, so you can decline the process and no charges have been made yet. It is not that they shipped you a bag of gold – if the CC is fake, they can terminate the service immediately. It appears that they first take your money and then ask “who are you?”

    July 24, 2015 @ 11:27 pm | Reply
  24. shobhit verma:

    @rosso you are correct. there could be other ways of verifying CC too. like the paypal does. put a charge and ask the exact amount charged.

    I have cancelled my order with them. There is no reasons of proving “I am not a terrorist” when i have other ways to purchase hosting.

    July 25, 2015 @ 8:32 am | Reply
  25. Castsports:

    Order is in Euro not in Dollars as written here?

    July 25, 2015 @ 11:29 am | Reply
    • Castsports:

      …and I’m not in the Eurozone

      July 25, 2015 @ 11:54 am | Reply
    • I was attracted by LEASEWEB, I tried to fill in the registration form but I stopped, because I want to repeat again to read the comments. a moment later I will put an end to reservations and get the message that the supply has been exhausted. I was curious and tried from the beginning to carry out the re-booking rate has been turned into euro. I suspect this is just the trick for the benefit of business, where the exchange rate will change within a certain time. So here are two exchange rate changes.

      August 17, 2015 @ 5:00 am | Reply
  26. Dominique:

    Setup went very quickly, around 30 minutes with the verification phonecall until I could login through SSH.

    Support is helpful. I asked why the speed was around the 20 MB/s. Their reply:
    After investigating the bandwidth issue you mentioned it came to our attention
    that a mistake was made in the configuration of your vps with us.

    In order to solve this issue we need to shutdown the vps for a few moments, can
    you let us know if we may do so?

    Kindly awaiting your reply.

    Kind regards,

    Tom XXXX
    LeaseWeb – Global Support

    After this, speeds are good:
    root@kroepoek:~# wget dl.getipaddr.net/speedtest.EU.sh 2>/dev/null -O- | bash
    ————-Speed test——————–

    Testing EU locations
    Speedtest from Tallinn, Estonia on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 11.51 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 3.10 MB/sec
    Speedtest from London, United Kingdom on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 59.20 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 51.40 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Paris, France on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 43.63 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 22.22 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Alblasserdam, Netherlands [ generously donated by http://ramnode.com ] on on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 101.23 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 67.62 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Spijkenisse, Netherlands [ generously donated by http://www.freshnetworks.co ] on a 1 Gbps shared port
    Download Speed: 59.99 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 37.28 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Milan, Italy [ generously donated by http://www.prometeus.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 36.50 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 45.91 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Dusseldorf, Germany [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 58.78 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 54.11 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Falkenstein, Germany [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 13.39 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 23.33 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Bucharest, Romania [ generously donated by http://www.prometeus.net ] on a semi-dedicated 1 Gbps port
    Download Speed: 10.63 MB/sec
    Upload speed: 1.61 MB/sec
    —————CPU test——————–
    CPU: 1 x QEMU Virtual CPU version 1.2.1
    Time taken to generate PI to 5000 decimal places with a single thread: 0m22.857s
    —————-IO test——————-
    Writing 1000MB file to disk
    (1.1 GB) copied, 14.2571 s, 75.3 MB/s

    All together very pleased. 2.5 euro per month for the 3 year contract. Excellent as MailInABox (https://mailinabox.email) mailserver. Haven’t seen an offer this good for quite some time.

    July 27, 2015 @ 12:39 pm | Reply
  27. This is cloud server or pure VPS?

    July 27, 2015 @ 8:58 pm | Reply
    • sep:

      What is the difference?

      August 1, 2015 @ 6:01 am | Reply
  28. I’m from Indonesia (asia) and the verification method is very easy, no need to put initial deposit or submit ID card.

    @Angga chin: Yes, the latency from our country (ID) is high, I got about 400ms average from my US Leaseweb vps. But tbh, the speed of my site is loading faster, compared to VPS on LA I had before.

    Recently ordered their 1 GB plan, 3 years term, applied coupon SAVE40, and billed under $75. Nice deal!

    July 28, 2015 @ 3:00 am | Reply
  29. aglodek:

    Nice deal, or would be… Virtual Server S out of stock, it seems.

    July 28, 2015 @ 11:25 am | Reply
  30. Nick:

    I live in Manassas literally 5 minutes away from the datacenter these are being deployed in…have a couple of Leaseweb VPSes for the past year and they have been fantastic.

    July 29, 2015 @ 7:27 am | Reply
  31. Yang:

    I already paid,but the need i copy a credit card and my ID to email…
    I don’t know why they need these,you need safe,but do you think about us?
    our credit card send via email????

    July 29, 2015 @ 9:03 am | Reply
    • Yang:

      I want to cancel my order.

      July 29, 2015 @ 9:04 am | Reply
  32. kecapmanis:

    from indonesia here, registration process went ok and very quick, but with some minor glitch. after i submit order they suppose to call me, but could not reach my phone. I chat with them and verifications now with email. I send in my ID + proof of address, and 10 minutes later my vps is ready.

    took the dual core vps and it is blazing fast and very cheap.
    highly recommend.

    July 30, 2015 @ 9:15 pm | Reply
  33. Moonk:

    The code is no longer working?

    August 2, 2015 @ 9:40 am | Reply
    • Job:

      Yup, it seems to have expired. It was working for me on July 30th.

      August 2, 2015 @ 2:16 pm | Reply
      • Moonk:

        Sad, their website still advertising this code though.

        August 3, 2015 @ 1:32 am | Reply
        • Simos:

          The promotional code should be working now again. We apologize for the inconvenience

          August 3, 2015 @ 1:24 pm | Reply
  34. vps_enthusiast:

    So opening your account in Leaseweb you’re risking full shutdown of all your services/business if you fail to respond within 30 MINUTES. That’s interesting that they won’t offer similar service.

    30 mins? Over my dead body. I never use my servers to anything illegal but it’s very easy to fall victim to false accusation and lazy service provider employer.

    12. SUSPENSION OF SERVICES
    12.1 LeaseWeb shall be entitled to immediately suspend the provision of any of the Services and/or to suspend Customer’s right to access or use the Customer Portal and/or to suspend Customer’s right to access to the Equipment, on giving written notice to Customer, in the event that:
    b) Customer is in breach of the Anti ‐ Spam Policy, or is involved in activities such as IP high jacking, and Customer fails to respond to LeaseWeb within thirty (30) minutes after having received written notice with respect to the breach and/or Customer fails to remedy such breach within two (2) hours after having received written notice thereon.

    30 minutes!

    August 11, 2015 @ 9:22 am | Reply
  35. vps_enthusiast:

    BEWARE – in case of false accusation by your business rival, stalker or just ill-fated mistake you risk all your data, business, etc, if you fail to act within 30 MINUTES from their email:

    OVER MY DEAD BODY. Worst policy EVER.

    12. SUSPENSION OF SERVICES
    12.1 LeaseWeb shall be entitled to immediately suspend the provision of any of the Services and/or to suspend Customer’s right to access or use the Customer Portal and/or to suspend Customer’s right to access to the Equipment, on giving written notice to Customer, in the event that:
    b) Customer is in breach of the Anti ‐ Spam Policy, or is involved in activities such as IP high jacking, and Customer fails to respond to LeaseWeb within thirty (30) minutes after having received written notice with respect to the breach and/or Customer fails to remedy such breach within two (2) hours after having received written notice thereon.

    August 11, 2015 @ 9:24 am | Reply
  36. Willing to have this offer once again as I have all their locations but Germany :(

    August 12, 2015 @ 12:43 am | Reply
  37. Nam:

    When is deadline of coupon SAVE40 ?

    August 12, 2015 @ 9:54 am | Reply
    • To me they said the coupon is no longer valid already! :(

      September 11, 2015 @ 9:36 pm | Reply
  38. piero:

    ipv6 adresses is supported?

    April 26, 2019 @ 1:49 am | Reply

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Some notes on commenting on LowEndBox:

  • Do not use LowEndBox for support issues. Go to your hosting provider and issue a ticket there. Coming here saying "my VPS is down, what do I do?!" will only have your comments removed.
  • Akismet is used for spam detection. Quoting webhostingtalk.com URL seems to get binned consistently here, but I do peek into the spam box frequently to publish those comments.
  • Use <pre>...</pre> to quote the output from your terminal/console, or consider using a pastebin service.

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