Who which hosting uses?

Started by Harish, Aug 09, 2022, 03:50 AM

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I found out that my website was inaccessible due to certain IPs being blocked by some countries. As a result, I suspected that I had lost a significant portion of my traffic as my hosting service, vscale.io (currently selectel), was unable to accommodate visitors from those regions.

To address this issue, my editors have resorted to using VPNs, which has caused them to experience some difficulty. Hence, I am looking for a stable and reliable hosting provider based in Europe that offers VPS on CentOS 7-8 at an affordable price. It would also be preferable if the provider accepts card payments. Do you have any recommendations in mind?


Have you signed a trilateral agreement, even if it is publicly available? Nevertheless, its interaction with others is their own affair, and the company in Cyprus has no obligation to you. There is EU legislation that states until payment has been made, the company owes you nothing, regardless of what is detailed in the contract.

In my experience, I've tried numerous hosting providers in the past, but I've ultimately settled on using Hetzner VPS. I've also maintained several sites on Beget for the past 6-7 years, during which time I have not encountered a single issue such as website downtime. Moreover, their support team is responsive and helpful.

From me: Choosing a hosting provider can be a challenging process, but it's important to take the time to research thoroughly. Learn about the laws and regulations governing your online activities, as well as the obligations of the provider you choose. The contract is an essential document that needs careful consideration before signing to avoid potential issues in the future.


Quote from: richtedy on Aug 09, 2022, 03:54 AMI used to try many different hosting providers, but now I settled on Hetzner VPS.

Not a bad choice. No one bans this hosting provider - there's a huge range of IP addresses.
If, however, some government decided to block an entire segment of the Internet, and this is usually done at the DNS server level of local providers, then - Cloudflare.


Serverdale.com offers decent parameters at a reasonable price. There is a gigabit channel with no limits on traffic, but there is no test period as such. However, there is a moneyback option for seven days, which effectively serves as a trial period.

In addition, there are various payment methods available, and the service operates reliably. The support team is highly responsive, providing almost immediate assistance when needed.

If you're interested in trying out Serverdale.com, don't forget to enter the promo code 5%DISCOUNT144 when placing your first order to receive a 5% discount on your initial payment.

Selecting a hosting provider can be an overwhelming process, especially given the proliferation of options available on the market today. It's important to carefully evaluate key features such as bandwidth, storage capacity, security, and support before committing to a particular provider. Additionally, don't hesitate to take advantage of discounts and promotions to help keep your costs down.