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Quin5 – $5.70/Monthy, 256MB OpenVZ in New York & Scranton

Tags: , , , Date/Time: September 29, 2012 @ 9:20 am, by Zahra

Aden Walker from Quin5 has just launched two VPS plans and is offering LEB readers a special 10% off promotion. He is offering two OpenVZ plans in New York and Scranton.

VPS 1

  • 5GB Disk Space
  • 100GB Bandwidth
  • 256MB Dedicated RAM
  • 512MB Burstable RAM
  • Virtualization: OpenVZ
  • Location: New York (NY) or Scranton (PA)
  • Cost: $5.70 (10% off with coupon code LOWENDBOX)
  • Direct Order
VPS 2

  • 10GB Disk Space
  • 200GB Bandwidth
  • 512MB Dedicated RAM
  • 672MB Burstable RAM
  • Virtualization: OpenVZ
  • Location: New York (NY) or Scranton (PA)
  • Cost: $6.97 (10% off with coupon code LOWENDBOX)
  • Direct Order

 About Quin5 Hosting:

Quin5 Hosting was set up in August 2012 by a small group of young dedicated and passionate IT professionals with one aim – to provide really simple and good quality website hosting.

“We wanted to create our own web hosting company – but not like any other. Yes, it’s true, the market is over-saturated with big and small web hosting companies, but we feel we can do things differently. We have our own servers, which for a start, means we manage and control what we do with them, not anybody else (except our customers of course).”

Test IP: 206.72.197.23 (New York)

2 Comments

  1. Humza:

    Out of stock already.. hmm. Interesting.

    September 29, 2012 @ 2:42 pm | Reply
  2. Hahn:

    “Quin5 Hosting was set up in August 2012”

    Remember the good ol’ LEB days? Keep cashing those checks, Chief!

    September 29, 2012 @ 4:06 pm | Reply

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