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  1. #1
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    Anyone know where to get a half decen VPS?

    hey,
    Im relitivly new to the whole Server concept, I am wanting to ivest in a VPS/VDS does anyone know where i could get a good quality one without paying too much?

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    www.powervps.com - excellent pricing.

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    Well, if you want a truly fully managed server environment, then you can try HTTPme:

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    powervps.com has always been a great option, we use them to monitor our network and it is amazing...

    we did use servint.com for our monitoring system as well and did have any luck with them, their nodes were very slow
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    Originally posted by Rodney-E2
    powervps.com has always been a great option, we use them to monitor our network and it is amazing...

    we did use servint.com for our monitoring system as well and did have any luck with them, their nodes were very slow
    Wow, someone has been promoting pvps today havn't they
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    Originally posted by SolidLogix
    Wow, someone has been promoting pvps today havn't they
    Okay? They simply have a ton of satisfied users.

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    I am just what is true, I have used allot of VPS's for our monitoring system including tectonic, powervps, servint and one other I cant remember and powervps was the only one that actually worked and did not seem like the hardware node ware over crowded.
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    I would have to give it to powervps.com as well. excellant pricing and an absolutely wonderful and quick tech support staff.
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    Originally posted by elix
    Okay? They simply have a ton of satisfied users.

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    Without a doubt, simply pointing out how the past 5 posts were pvps reccommendations.
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