I have been using GoDaddy (https://www.godaddy.com/gdshop/hosti...byos=1&ci=5749) VPS for several months now and it's been working out very well for me. They do not have 100% uptime guarantee, but their support is nice and responsive (it's best to call in usually).
What I liked about GoDaddy was that the prices were initially low and I could configure the server for only the things that I really needed. You can get a very base VPS as low as like $30/month I think.... mine is around $50/month.
Although I had to move away my shared hosting account from them because I was experiencing some random downtime after they switched to their new grid network, I'm pretty sure that their VPS is good and their support is definitely good. The price is also reasonable.
I have been using vpslink.com for a couple of months, which isn't too bad, but they are cheap. The only problem I've had is a software program (which they won't fix as it is unmanaged) - some services won't automatically run on restart.
Hi, I'm new user; I dont' speck correctly enghish because I'm Italian
Hi Pchs, i'm from italy too and if most of your customers/visitors are from italy too, i'll definitely reccomend you an italian provider so you could achieve very low latency (20-40ms) and a lot of local bandwidth for a decent price, while hosting outside europe with most of the local broadband providers would mean 100-200ms latencies and tightly capped bandwith.
I've a really good experience with vpscube.it : they offer a nice xen vps with 10mbit/s (flat no limit) bandwith (2mb/s guaranteed, but almost all the time not less than 3/4mbits are available, at least in my several-months experience), either with or without control panel, either managed or unmanaged plans, on a dual-opteron, 15.000rpm scsi raid platform, at very reasonable pricing.
Have a look