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    Question VPS choice

    I'm looking for a VPS and after a short searching found and as very good alternatives. What do you recommend?

    I haven't found much reviews about EuroVPS. Is there anybody who hosts with them to make a short review?


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    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    FutureHosting IMO looks good, as well as SolarVPS. Oh another good one to c heck out would be SLHost. I am currently trying to choose from these 3, I will tell you who I choose later today or tomorrow.
    Last edited by DamonF; 11-24-2006 at 04:09 PM.
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    Yes, FutureHosting looks pretty good! So, my new alternatives are: FutureHosting and EuroVPS. Which one to choose??

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    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Which deal at EuroVPS and which deal at FutureHosting are you looking into. FutureHosting has some pretty good deals that are in the vps offers board right now, I am pretty sure it's on the website as well.

    I was interested in this deal:
    - 20 GB Disk Space
    - 250GB bandwidth / 100mbps port
    - Full root access - Install the software you want
    - 3 Dedicated IPs
    - 256MB RAM / 1 GB Burst BONUS: 384MB total guaranteed
    - No Control Panel VPSs: Choice of OS: Debian 3.1, Fedora Core 4/5, CentOs 4
    - Unmanaged $34.95/month - $10/month off for $24.95
    - VPS with cPanel or Plesk & Managed: $39.95 – $5/month off for $34.95
    34.95 per month

    as it looked not bad but decided to change my selection of control panels to directadmin i like it, its simple and lowers the cost of vpses that arent included with cpanel and doesn't use as much resources, something I would want to use on a VPS. so I might get from veggiehost or vpsbyte possibly try them both one as backup to see which one is more stable
    Last edited by DamonF; 11-25-2006 at 12:24 AM.
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