Zim, from NodePop, is running a special offer on their “LG” OpenVZ virtual private server package. If you’re after something smaller, their 256Mb plan, from their previous plan is still available to order.
New Hampshire based NodePop, have been featured on LowEndBox once before, and have posted a couple of offers on LowEndTalk. These servers are hosted on dual socket boards, with xeon quad core L5420’s @ 2.5Ghz. Each node is also configured with 15k SaS drives in raid 1e. According to Zim, domestic and foreign peering (especially to Asia) should be pretty good. How is it for you? Unfortunately no reviews were left on their previous thread. It would be great if a few customers could leave a quick review below.
NodePop currently only accept payments via paypal. They offer a 99.9% uptime guarantee, as well as a 7 day money back guarantee. Additional IPv4 addresses can be purchased for $2 each per month, but additional IPv6 are free. NodePop utilizes Hurricane Electrics Tier I, BGP routed internet backbone to service all of their equipment. HE have the worlds largest IPv6 network. For more information, take a look at their Terms of Service and Acceptable Usage Policy (PDFs).
Servers are located at the Hurricane Electric datacenter in Fremont, California.