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Listing of ultra-LEBs for $15/annual or less

Listing of ultra-LEBs for $15/annual or less

sleddogsleddog Member
edited October 2012 in General

I'm compiling a list of providers who offer ultra-LEBs for $15/annual or less at regular price. Preference is given to those who regularly have stock available :) So far I have:

https://securedragon.net/ http://chicagovps.net/ http://buyvm.net/ http://tinyvz.com/

Any additions?

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  • I didn't know BuyVM regularly had stock available :P

    Tims OpenVZ-128's are $20 but just as good (or better even) https://hostigation.com/

  • @AsadHaider said: I didn't know BuyVM regularly had stock available :P

    I said "preference is given to those who regularly have stock available", which is why BuyVM is at the bottom of the list :) They do currently have stock on the west coast according to their ordering system, which I just checked.

    Tims OpenVZ-128's are $20 but just as good (or better even) https://hostigation.com/

    Sorry, 20 > 15.

  • Looking for a decent cheap yearly LEB :) Prometeus has that 50c/month deal still.

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  • JackJack Member
    edited October 2012

    @eastonch said: Looking for a decent cheap yearly LEB :) Prometeus has that 50c/month deal still.

    They also do VZ0 for $13.00 Annually .

  • Just got the new nodes setup at Colocrossing... From next week I will post offers that will fit in that category as well :)

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  • I got a URPAD special once.. Not sure if that's still alive.

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  • We had a equiv. of $14/mo 64MB OVZ VPSes before, however that deal expired as it ate up too many IPs :P

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  • Pick me, Pick me!

    Oh wait..

  • bnmklbnmkl Member
    edited October 2012

    There is less than $8yr @sleddog! :)

    http://iperweb.com/ -- http://www.prometeus.net/

    EDIT: @eastonch & @Jack already I see. Though they do not have < $15yr stock currently, I am sure they have mentioned Christmas specials coming?

    -

  • @Alex_LiquidHost Colocrossing has been setup?

  • TinyVZ :)

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    @LAKid said: @Alex_LiquidHost Colocrossing has been setup?

    Alex bought some nodes for LiquidHost at ColoCrossing. :)

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  • sleddogsleddog Member
    edited October 2012

    @Jack said: They also do VZ0 for $13.00 Annually .

    Link? I can't find it on their website.

    @Alex_LiquidHost said: Just got the new nodes setup at Colocrossing... From next week I will post offers that will fit in that category as well :)

    @eastonch said: I got a URPAD special once.. Not sure if that's still alive.

    @SimpleNode said: We had a equiv. of $14/mo 64MB OVZ VPSes before, however that deal expired as it ate up too many IPs :P

    I'm looking for regular prices not special offers. See the bolded text again?

    @joepie91 said: TinyVZ :)

    Added! -- But out of stock :(

  • Prometeus doesnt have stock on those available to the general public, only on request for ppl in the forums or which show a valid reason in a ticket. That is because those were designed for the SAS2 special servers and they are full, and now only SSD are put in production, last round for public was for VZ1 at 15 Eur (192 RAM). But this is rather irrelevant and will be more so every month that passes. This is because IPs alone can be sold with 12 Eur a year right now and the prices will probably increase. IPv6 plans are certainly possible, but below a certain treshold, the overhead with keeping the evidence of a customer, support, payment processor fees and whatnot make it impractical even if the IP is free. When 256 costs 2.5 Eur on SSD, there is not much justification to go with an 128, and for those special cases there will always be internal stock, mostly as perks and stuff for hobbists. M

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  • @Liam said: quickpacket vpsdeploy Prometeus Bluevm 123systems vds6 httpzoom budgetvm IPXCore

    Sigh. Now you're gonna make me research every one of those, looking to see if they qualify, aren't you? :) e.g., ipxcore: $1.79/month = $21.48 annual.....

  • here is a great list that I often use:

    http://lowendstock.com

  • Anyone who can do <=15$ on Germany for 128M and uhh, basically >=100G of b/w?

    Need a vpn in Deutschland.

    -- BOFH

  • Semoweb has a $12/year plan with 4 CPU cores

    123 Systems Solutions has a $10/year plan that's actually quite well (yes, I know the 123SS story and they are with Limestone FYI)

    PrismaVPS - Kansas City and Romania OpenVZ VPS Hosting. Plans start at $4/mo
  • Out of the list above, it looks like only BuyVM has IPv6 available for free. I was in search for a VPS with about 128MB ram. If anyone can recommend one that has IPv6 and is about this price, let me know.

  • @Syed said: Out of the list above, it looks like only BuyVM has IPv6 available for free. I was in search for a VPS with about 128MB ram. If anyone can recommend one that has IPv6 and is about this price, let me know.

    We're on the list and all of our VPSs come with IPv6 for free.

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  • @KuJoe said: We're on the list and all of our VPSs come with IPv6 for free.

    I bought a vps from you yesterday, and got 16 IPv6. Thank you Joe :)

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  • @wintereise and others in need of an 128 MB VPS, Host1Free is offering it for free and it does have like 100 GB traffic. It might not be fast, tho, it offers .5 mbps. M

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  • @KuJoe said: We're on the list and all of our VPSs come with IPv6 for free.

    Went with you guys, thanks for the blazing fast replies on the ticket.

  • I picked up a 256MB OpenVZ VPS from BudgetVM the other day ($29.99/year) and it came with 3 IPv6 addresses. They've got a 128MB VPS for $14.99/year, and I'd assume it comes with IPv6 as well.

  • Maonique, thanks, but no TUN/TAP for 'security reasons,' I tried :(

    -- BOFH

  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited October 2012

    I tested it over socks proxy with ssh. depending what you need it for, will work or not. M

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  • Maybe it would be nice if the listed provider also mentioned with their locations too :D Currently I'm also needed an UK provider with low memory

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  • I'm assuming the main use for these ULEBs is for VPNs?

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  • If it's for IRC, we also need ToS allowance in the list.

  • I'd like one in the UK aswell. Preferably more than 250GB of BW.. The thing with operators not supporting IPv6 makes just these kind of problems for these really cheap VPSs, they take way too much IPs for the resources they take, heck you could earn better when just selling only the IPv4-address. Many companies charge more than 2 dollars/per ip/per month-> and these 15usd/year VPSs are already cheaper with a bunch of resources! This is what I mean by the IPv6 -update halting the GLOBAL ECONOMY!

  • KuJoeKuJoe Member
    edited October 2012

    Would there be any interest in a sub-$15/year VPS with IPv6 only? Maybe with a shared IPv4 address for accessing non-IPv6 compatible services/content?

    -Joe @ SecureDragon - LEB's Powered by Wyvern in FL, CO, CA, IL, NJ, GA, TX, and AZ
    Test our network here: Drgn.biz
  • @KuJoe said: Would there be any interest in a sub-$15/year VPS with IPv6 only? Maybe with a shared IPv4 address for accessing non-IPv6 compatible services/content?

    Sounds nice. Assuming netflix/spotify etc all work with NAT, i don't need a dedicated IPv4 for my vpn/IRC.

  • @KuJoe said: Would there be any interest in a sub-$15/year VPS with IPv6 only? Maybe with a shared IPv4 address for accessing non-IPv6 compatible services/content?

    I've tried this kind of offer from LusoVPS :) They're nice. But would you offer it in monthly bases?

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  • @someJoe been using that site for a while, really like it! ;) Hope they can keep up with the LEBs

  • sub 12€ / year plans were fun (in no way profitable, at least for us :-) ) but we had to reconsider them the day RIPE announced that no more IP were left. Our business need IPv4 to grow in the near future (to be optimistic) and knowing we can't apply for more make it hard to give avay them with unprofitable plans.

    So I'm thinking about a different way to sell small plans. For example without auto-renew (for one year only) or with the IPv4 available only for the first year (in the hope that in one year the IPv6 adoption will be better than now).

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  • Its nice to see that providers like @prometeus are already planning services for the years to come, gives customers great confidence.

  • @KuJoe said: Would there be any interest in a sub-$15/year VPS with IPv6 only? Maybe with a shared IPv4 address for accessing non-IPv6 compatible services/content?

    >

    Yea I'd take one.. But ofcourse then I think I could pay max 10GBP for a 128MB server and a US one for 15Usd/year.. I Could even take one with more resources and IPv6 -only, because you could for example use one as a database server etc. only.

  • @prometeus ever considered a "buy back" scheme for your existing customers with ipv4 addys where you give them ipv6 and some benefit? Just a thought...

    "Go cheap on rarely used things"

  • Our 64mb VPS on openvz has sold really well at £7.50/year.

    As other people have said this will likely disappear as an offering in the future due to IPV4 costs

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  • @risharde said: @someJoe been using that site for a while, really like it! ;) Hope they can keep up with the LEBs

    I like it a lot as well.. I think I got ~ 15 VPSs via that site. I just wish they had geo search/filter and notifications... but.. its the best I found, aside of LEB :)

  • @KuJoe said: I'm assuming the main use for these ULEBs is for VPNs?

    VPN, DNS, monitoring script, and backup storage.

  • I'm eyeing a prometeus vps for future testing ;)

  • @prometeus what about sub $12/year XEN/KVM ipv6 only VPS? :)

  • @KuJoe said: Would there be any interest in a sub-$15/year VPS with IPv6 only? Maybe with a shared IPv4 address for accessing non-IPv6 compatible services/content?

    Hard to reach from "home", but great between VPS..... I'd love to find this kind of offer!

  • mpkossenmpkossen Administrator

    @httpzoom said: As other people have said this will likely disappear as an offering in the future due to IPV4 costs

    Then charge extra for the IPv4 ;)

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  • @luxor said: what about sub $12/year XEN/KVM ipv6 only VPS? :)

    everything will be evalued. We are at some price point which would require special hardware to be deploied for the small plans.

    Our E5 nodes cost, complete of raid controller and SAS2 disks 4K eur. Add 24 months of solusvm license, energy and colocation and you will end up with let's say 6K eur of costs in two years = 250€ / month excluding bandwidth, spare, labor and unplanned :-).

    You need at least to make 400-500€ /month out of that servers. Do you think it's somehow possible to do that with plans under the 12€ / year? :-)

    The E3 nodes are a bit less than half the cost of the E5. Let say we are at 100€ / month. That sound better for very low plans, but still you need to pack 200 vps on a single node to be profitable ;-)

    I've some of this: http://www.supermicro.com/products/system/2u/2015/sys-2015ta-htrf.cfm

    Maybe I can put ssd disks and see how some small vps can perform there :P

    Anybody interested to partecipate to a test for this? What price / features ?

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  • And all that without counting the IPv4 because that is 1 Eur a month as an extra and the demand is increasing all the time. I am afraid it is not possible to offer IPv4 with small plans except by the ppl that have tons of them hoarded before. M

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  • Yeah, Any VPS Providers now who don't have IP Space, Or if you are not going to get it within the next few months reality is you are not going to last the next 1 - 2 years.

  • @prometeus said: Maybe I can put ssd disks and see how some small vps can perform there :P

    Maybe me? :D

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  • @prometeus said: Anybody interested to partecipate to a test for this? What price / features ?

    Hit me up if you want me to test, love your service. Thinking about pricing/features now.

    I use http://tuxlite.com to configure all my VPSes and I love it!

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