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TOCICI - $5.95 128MB OpenVZ VPS

TOCICI.com Via WHT offer. TOCICI, acronym for “The Only Constant Is Change Itself” (not really sure whether it is a good tagline for hosting companies), has some cheap VPS hosting starting at $5.99/month. Use coupon code WHT10REF to get 10% off further discount. If pay yearly + use the 10% discount coupon, you get this VPS for $54 for 12 months.

  • 128MB guaranteed/256MB burstable memory
  • 10GB storage
  • 25GB/month data transfer
  • OpenVZ

Domain has been around since March 2008, and the company itself is a “privately-held Information Technology Consulting firm based in Portland, Oregon”. From it’s about page it seems that its owner, Gregory, already has a long history in the computing/service industry.

Servers appear to be hosted also in Portland with Forked Networking.

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2 Comments

  1. Gregg has sent me some updates about his operation:

    You noted that TOCICI is currently hosting with Forked.net; while that’s true, there’s other equipment colocated in a larger non-Forked.net cabinet within that datacenter. The forked.net equipment will be migrated to the new cabinet before the 1st of December. The reason is simple – TOCICI’s hosting business has significantly grown, and it’s more cost-effective to migrate all equipment into a larger environment.

    Due to high demand, he is now also providing a 64MB VPS option for $3.95/month with 64MB guaranteed/128MB burstable memory, 1GB storage and 50GB/month data transfer.

    November 9, 2009 @ 11:05 pm | Reply
  2. Just a note from Greg at TOCICI that they have just completed the data center migration to Pittock datacenter in Portland OR.

    December 1, 2009 @ 9:45 pm | Reply

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