VPS hosting: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Find answers to some frequently asked questions about cheap VPS hosting.
Each server is billed on month to month basis. There are no contracts, you are free to cancel your server at any time.
We provide Windows 2016 on our KVM 2 and up plans as well as NVME 2 and up plans. Customer is responsible for their own license.
All servers are instantly setup after payment is received. If your server is not up in 5 minutes or less, please contact support.
You can switch to a higher end server at any time from your client area. For individual component upgrade pricing please open a ticket on our helpdesk to check for availability.
We accept all major credit cards and paypal.
Yes we do, it will be available to purchase during sign up.
Yes you can, please contact sales department by opening a ticket on our helpdesk. Additional IPs are charged at $2/m per IPv4.
We use the most current openvz and kvm virtualizations.
All servers except stated otherwise in the server description are self-managed and you are responsible for your own backups of your files.
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We offer both. For Affiliate program info please visit here. For reseller info please email email@example.com or open a ticket on our helpdesk.
The biggest advantage of is OpenVZ its efficient use of resources which makes significant memory and CPU savings. At the same time, it results in higher performance since it does not run a full virtualization emulation. The disadvantage of OpenVZ is the fact that the vps does not have its own kernel, rather it shares the kernel of the host. This introduces limitation such as OpenVZ is limited to only Linux operating systems, and the lack of ability to customize kernel and kernel parameters/tunables. For most users though, OpenVZ VPS does the job. It offers enough features and very fast performance at very low price.
KVM which is an acronym for Kernel-based Virtual Machine is a hardware virtualization technology built on Linux. This makes it possible to run any operating on KVM vps like Linux, Windows and BSD. This is possible because this technology mimics real hardware. As a true hardware virtualization machine, unlike OpenVZ, KVM offers its users full control over any aspect of their vps.