I believe their network is pretty good, a lot of hosting companies use them for their affordable prices which they pass on to clients. When I say hosting companies, the majority of smaller ones who don't co-locate or have their own datacentre will use OVH.
OVH network is solid, running some VPS nodes with them for a few months.
Never had any downtime, only once cause of a fiber cut, it was routed on a much slower link, but at least servers were reachable.
their kimsufi offers are on sale again. http://www.kimsufi.com/fr/
It appears that they finally introduced setup fee for their budget lines now. At least it discourage existent customer to drop their older server line to get a new one
Guessing the availability of the offerings is the reason it's not being mentioned much yet since it's only in certain areas.
OVH has a solid network for their pricing structure, Criot it correct, quite a few smaller beginner hosts use their equipment. Although I'd say quite a few budget providers in the U.S. have VERY close pricing for quite a solid network.
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