Who uses which VDS?

Started by autorenta, Aug 18, 2022, 09:59 AM

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I found DigitalOcean to be pricey with slow servers, and decided to experiment with Fozzy as an alternative. Though their servers are faster and 2.5 times cheaper, there are other minor issues that can be a nuisance.
In the meantime, I tried Vultr for a Korean project and found it to be faster and more cost-effective than DO.
I'm currently in search of a VPS provider and would love to hear about others' experiences and recommendations.

Have you considered Linode or AWS? They are both popular options in the VPS market and have their own unique strengths. Personally, I've had positive experiences with Linode's customer support and reliability, but AWS offers more advanced features and integrations. It all depends on your specific needs and budget.

Kitty Solam

I have been a customer of firstvds for six years now and recently received a letter offering a permanent 6% discount to celebrate my fifth anniversary with them. It's a great incentive to stay with them.

The best things about firstvds are that their capacities are constantly growing while their prices are dropping. In the six years that I've been with them, I only experienced one failure at their data center, which was resolved in less than a day. Their support team may not always be the fastest, but they are patient and helpful. They offer a range of VDS/VPS options with varying levels of power and equipment. Customers can choose between HDD disks for cost-effectiveness or NVMe for high-speed performance.

Colin Clark

What can I say? I have been using A2 Hosting for over a year. I bribed with a free ssl certificate, a free cPanel and two free Ip for servers. There are no complaints about the hardware - there is plenty to choose from (hardware). The price, as for me, is not high - only $40 per month.


My friend and I were using digitalocean for hosting a small multiplayer online game. The price is fair enought, and the server respond time is awesome, so thats my choice.


I use it for a month. There was not a single failure. And failures in the case of my site are common. Since the influx is large in the evenings.
Plus I liked the support service. They corrected site errors for me, just at my request. The hosting errors had nothing to do with it.
Plus they gave a 40% discount for the first month.


GreenGeeks, which has been in the web hosting business for over 10 years, provides a unique environmentally-friendly hosting service. The company claims to offer "300% eco-friendly hosting based on renewable energy sources," buying three times more renewable energy certificates than they use.
For a starting fee of $2.92 per month (increasing to $10.95 after the initial registration duration), users receive practically unlimited resources, as well as free domain registration and website migration support.
GreenGeeks also offers SSD storage and daily backups, with free website migration - a rare feature in this price range. Overall, it's difficult to find a better offer.

GreenGeeks also provides WordPress hosting with features such as free migration support, which many web hosts typically charge a significant amount for.


Setup was fast and easy. Hostnamaste.com OpenVZ VPS prices also amazed me. Features fit my needs perfectly. Recommended!


I used windscribe vpn not so long ago, however now it is blocked in my destination (only for PC)
Phone version is still relevant and works