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ServersGalore - 1GB KVM SALE, with Coupon Code for 30% off for life!

ServersGalore appearing here for the first time! They have a great KVM sale that they want to share with the LEB Community, so we hope you enjoy what they are offering to us today!
The sale they have currently is a special KVM VPS plan, with a coupon code discount at checkout for 30% off!

What makes this offer special is that it has 10Gbps connections with speeds of 6Gbps download and 4Gbps upload with 10Gbps bursts (if ever needed). Australian support for Australian services. KVM virtualization with VNC access via custom control panel. ANY OS can be attached and booted. We can provide custom VMs and dedicated servers in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane.

As always – we want to hear your feedback, so if you decide to buy a plan from ServersGalore, please be sure to share your experience below!

You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. 

Here’s what they had to say: 

“Servers Galore is an Australian based and owned business. We strive to deliver quality services at reasonable prices. We currently offer Sydney Cloud Servers all equipped with the latest Intel Processors, high performance SSDs and 10Gbps connections. “

Here are the offers: 


  • 1x CPU Core
  • 1GB RAM
  • 25GB SSD Storage
  • 1TB Transfer
  • 1 IPv4 / 64 IPv6
  • KVM Virtualization with VNC access via our control panel
  • Coupon Code: LOWEND30 for 30% off lifetime
  • $6.82USD/month $9.80AUD/month

Host Nodes Specifications

– Latest Intel CPUs


– SSDs only

– 10Gbps uplink

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


1 Comment

  1. Erik Ashfolk:

    Hi , what do you mean by “1 IPv4 / 64 IPv6” ?
    is it a 1xIPv4 + 1 /64 IPv6 “NET”/range ? or 1xIPv4 + 1xIPv6-“address” ?
    ( by the way, one /64 IPv6-net/subnet/range has 18-QuinTillion (18QN) IPv6-addresses . 1-Billion (1BN) has 9 zeroes after 1 , & 1-Quintillion (1QN) has 18 zeroes after 1 . According to IANA/IETF/etc an end-user should have a minimum /64 IPv6 net/subnet , and standard recommendation is /48 net/subnet for business end-users & /56 net/subnet for residential end-users ).

    does your VPS-Management-Panel allows to setup “PTR”/RDNS for IPv6-addresses ? or customer have to open support-ticket ?

    what do you mean by “1x CPU Core” of “Latest Intel CPUs” Host Node ?
    ( Intel microProcessor/CPU (1P) has multi-Cores, each Core (1C) has 2-Threads(2T) . Because of “2-Way-SMT” feature, each Core acts as two vCores/vCPUs )
    So are you assigning 2-Threads of 1 Core ?
    or just 1-Thread ?
    if its just 1-Thread (1T), then why don’t you use “1-vCPU” or “1-vCore” ?

    and, What is the guaranteed-minimum PERCENT of computing-power/computing-performance/resource/level of a single/1-Thread/1vCPU/1vCore (of “Latest Intel-CPUs”) is actually allotted/assigned/committed to this KVM VPS (in Australia) plan/deal ?
    one-Thread’s/1vCPU/1vCore’s 100% or 95% or 50% or even less is committed ?
    CPU “passthrough” for “AES” is enabled/available ?

    June 26, 2019 @ 7:33 pm | Reply

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