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XFuseSolutions - $6.99/Month 512MB KVM VPS in Phoenix

Brian, from xFuseSolutions, is back with another exclusive offer for the LowEndBox community.


  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 512MB RAM
  • 1024MB Swap
  • 25GB DiskSpace
  • 500GB Bandwidth
  • 1 IPv4 Addresses
  • 100Mbps Port
  • KVM/SolusVM
  • $6.99/Month – Order Link
  • Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Following the success of their previous offer, XFuseSolutions are back with more or less the same plan as before but this time round, you will receive 500GB Bandwidth instead of the 100GB previously offered. Brian informs us that you will have to contact support once you have purchased this plan to have your bandwidth allotment manually upgraded to match this offer. If you would like a custom Operating System, you can send it to them and they’ll upload it. They will assign the Operating System to you, so only you can see/use it. Asim left a mini review on the last offer about his experience.

xFuseSolutions were founded in early June 2012. xFuse accept PayPal and Google Checkout as payment methods and offer a full 30 day money back refund policy. Additional IPv4 addresses are charged at $2 per month and DirectAdmin can be added for $8 a month. For further information, you may want to read their Terms of Service and their Acceptable Usage Policy.

Network Information:

All of their KVM VPS Servers are located in the PhoenixNap datacenter in Phoenix, AZ.

Test IPv4:
Test File [10MB]: http://stats.alpha.xfusesolutions.net/test_files/10mb.test
Test File [100MB]: http://stats.alpha.xfusesolutions.net/test_files/100mb.test
Test File [1GB]: http://stats.alpha.xfusesolutions.net/test_files/1gb.test


  1. Thanks for the post Zahra.

    The bandwidth listed on this plan is automatically assigned to the virtual on creation. Anyone that purchased a plan from our last offer is eligible to have there current 100GB Bandwidth upgraded to match this offer. A Support Ticket will need to be submitted for this upgraded be put in place.

    January 16, 2013 @ 4:16 pm | Reply
    • Looks like UK Geocoding has been blocked, yes it can be done. But Royal Mail and Ordnance Survey hold Crown Copyright on the address locations (lat,lngs, Northing and Eastings).Which is a big shame for UK Google Masurp’ehs.sorry to break the bad news.it was workingnow it is not.mapperz

      April 24, 2017 @ 2:18 pm | Reply

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