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VPS2Day – 1GB KVM starting around $4.35/mo in many locations and more!

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Date/Time: July 4, 2019 @ 10:00 am, by Frank Williams

The team over at VPS2Day has sent over their second ever offer and we are honored to be able to offer these deals today! They’ve been around for a while, so it should be pretty safe to do business with them, but as always, help your fellow readers out with some reviews if you’ve decided to buy and let us all know what you think.

Their WHOIS is public and they’re a registered company in Frankfurt (Company No: HRB 91418). You can find their legal docs here. They accept PayPal, Bitcoin, Litecoin, PaySafeCard and Credit Cards (VISA/Mastercard) as payment methods.

This offer is available in several locations, including Germany, Netherlands, Romania, United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland and Dallas!

A note from the company:

“VPS2day offers powerful yet affordable alternatives to traditional dedicated servers and is highly flexible. Since our founding in 2014, we supply numerous customers from various countries in Europe and around the world. Our focus is on providing stable hosting services in Europe and US.

Contrary to many other providers in the market our team has more than 10 years of experience in hosting and can thus respond to the individual needs of customers. Beside our experience we trust in our in-house development. To obtain the best performance, our host systems are based on the latest technology and only consists enterprise hardware parts. We are monitoring all of our services around the clock!

In addition to our own backend and the enterprise hardware we offer world-class support. We are here 24/7/365 – just for you!

When selecting our data centers, only the best is good enough. We are working with high quality datacenters across Europe with focus on the best networking and redundancy. Of course, we also pay attention to the security of your data: all data centers have a 24/7 monitoring by on-site staff and CCTV camera systems.

Still not convinced? Try our products up to 48 hours for free! If you are not satisfied, we will refund your payment.”

The offer: 

VPS START

  • 1024MB RAM
  • 1x vCPU
  • 25GB SSD Space
  • 100Mbps Connectivity (upgradable)
  • 1x IPv4
  • /48 IPv6
  • KVM
  • 3.85€/mo (around $4.35/mo)
  • [ORDER HERE]

VPS BASIC

  • 2048MB RAM
  • 2x vCPU
  • 50GB SSD Space
  • 100Mbps Connectivity (upgradable)
  • 1x IPv4
  • /48 IPv6
  • KVM
  • 7€/mo (around $7.91/mo)
  • [ORDER HERE]

Network Info 

Accelerated – Frankfurt, Germany
Test IPv4: 185.44.105.64
Test IPv6: 2a00:f820:24::1

Greenhouse Datacenters – The Hague, Netherlands
Test IPv4: 193.242.211.135
Test IPv6: 2001:67c:2ae8:100::1

M247 – Bucharest, Romania
Test IPv4: 46.108.156.132
Test IPv6: 2A04:9DC0:0:4::1

M247 – Manchester, United Kingdom
Test IPv4: 89.238.181.126
Test IPv6: 2A02:40:852::1

Portlane – Stockholm, Sweden
Test IPv4: 109.230.199.10
Test IPv6: 2a00:1a28:1510:9::1

Psychz Networks – Dallas (TX), USA
Test IPv4: 45.35.190.3

Datasource – Kanton Zug, Switzerland
Test IPv4: 176.10.125.4

Hardware Info

– 2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 CPU
– 256 GB RAM
– 8x 1TB SSD HDDs
– 2 or 10 Gbps connectivity

1 Comment

  1. Erik Ashfolk:

    imo, these are real usable VPS deals & correct advertising, as its using the word “vCPU” instead of “CPU”, includes IPv6-NET, etc,etc, (but i do not like over-priced deals).

    VPS/Deals without IPv6-NET are not ready for modern software/projects.

    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 minimum one /64 IPv6 NET/subnet/range/block , and STANDARD recommendation is /48 net/subnet for business end-users & /56 net/subnet for residential end-users.

    IPv4 based projects/software used less or one IPv4, re-used same IPv4 or NATted each IPv4,etc.

    But IPv6 based projects/software must have to use many-MANY IPv6-addresses, different/unique IPv6-address for each user.

    So old way/technique of setting-up RDNS for only one or few IPv4 by the VPS-provider, is not going to work with real IPv6 projects.

    User’s own apps/scripts must be able to setup RDNS of IPv6-addresses, instantly, as real IPv6 projects deals with many many IPv6-address. ( For this to work, either VPS-provider have to provide RDNS setup options in their VPS-Management PANEL, or provide API to setup RDNS, or provide “NS”-pointer setup toward user’s NameServer running inside VPS-provider’s VPS ).

    July 9, 2019 @ 5:42 pm | Reply

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