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Dediserve Norway now open, with 50% launch discount

vimalwarevimalware Member
edited May 2017 in Providers

source: http://news.dediserve.com/2017/05/08/dediserve-expands-into-oslo-norway/

Order link: https://manage.dediserve.com/index.php?cmd=module&module=54&cid=818

edited: formatting

Based in the heart of Oslo, our platform offers fantastic local peering and access,
 as well as word-class international transit , the full carrier list, includes Telenor, Colt, Cogent
 with peering at NIX and NIX2 for unparalleled access throughout Scandinavia and Europe.

To celebrate the launch of our new Norwegian platform 
and as we do to celebrate every new launch we are offering an incredible offer as seen below


50% RECURRING for Life! – discount on this platform until 1700GMT, Friday the 12th of May 2017.
Included at no additional charge – per server you build:

    250Mbps Uplinks, Free 1Gbps Private LAN, Storage LAN & Firewalls
    1.5TB Outbound transfer per GB of RAM, Free Inbound
    Snapshot Backup and Custom Template Engine (50GB included free)
    24 / 7 / 365 Comprehensive Support
    Permanent KVM console to all servers
    Global AnyCast DNS Platform
    Comprehensive API, iOS and Android Apps
    24/7/365 Comprehensive Support

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Comments

  • 50% off seems valid for all locations

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    thanked by nekki sister !

  • Need the 1GB vps deal.

    Thanked by 1dediserve
  • JarylWJarylW Member

    Hmm seems they dropped uplink back to 250mbps

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited May 2017

    spun up aan oslo KVM.

    apt updates and kvm reboots are FAST: just 15 sec ping outage during reboot.

    Cpuinfo: QEMU Virtual CPU version (cpu64-rhel6) 2399 Mhz (host passthru not enabled)

    250mbit single-threaded download from online.net test file. (via Telia)

    140mbit single-threaded download from Incero , Dallas (carrier Telia )

    quite satisfactory like all their blades. Now to idle HARD. :D

    Thanked by 1dediserve

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  • antik0antik0 Member

    Dediserve ignores the DMCA well. Last year my friend had a warez site at Dediserve for a year. For the warez site owners dediserve a good choice. 50% discount should not be missed.

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited May 2017

    @antik0 said:
    Dediserve ignores the DMCA well.

    wrong forum for 'sharing' this . I love it when people pee in my pool.

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  • noennoen Member

    Nice to see some more offers in Norway! Ordered to compair to the others.. :)

    @dediserve, what datacenter is it? Digiplex/Ulven?

  • dediservedediserve Member, Provider

    @noen said:
    Nice to see some more offers in Norway! Ordered to compair to the others.. :)

    @dediserve, what datacenter is it? Digiplex/Ulven?

    Correct :)

    Thanked by 1noen
  • Could you please give me looking glass or IP test in Norway?

    Thanks.

  • noennoen Member

    @RonalBarbaren said:
    Could you please give me looking glass or IP test in Norway?

    Thanks.

    http://speedtest.c1.nor1.dediserve.com

    Thanked by 1RonalBarbaren
  • antik0antik0 Member

    @vimalware said:

    @antik0 said:
    Dediserve ignores the DMCA well.

    wrong forum for 'sharing' this . I love it when people pee in my pool.

    I understand you. But that does not change the reality of what I say.

  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider
    edited May 2017

    damn, thats expensive even with 50% discount!

    Resource    €14.95 EURO
    CPUs: 4 €10.00 EURO
    RAM [MB]: 8192  €61.44 EURO
    SSD Storage [GB]: 270   €72.00 EURO
    Location    Included
    IP Addresses:   Included
    Snapshot Storage [GB]   Included
    NAS Storage [GB]    Included
    Discount:   - €79.20 EURO
    Total Recurring:    
    €79.20 EURO Monthly
    Total Due Today::
    €79.20 EURO
    

    I could do that in the UK for €24.00 p/month with more disk space and better CPU's

  • Thanks for this post and tip.

    Is a single VPS also considered a "pool" in the sense that you can shut it down and create/move at/to another location?

  • @AnthonySmith said:
    damn, thats expensive even with 50% discount!

    So show us...

  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider
    edited May 2017

    mtsbatalha said: So show us...

    I don't understand I did show you.

    edit, sorry do you mean my package?

    here:

    4 CPU Cores (Equal Share E5-2640 v4)
    8 GB Ram (DDR4)
    320 GB Disk space (double disk promo in May for KVM UK)
    5000 GB Bandwidth @ 1 gbit (shared, DDOS protected)
    1 x IPv4 address
    1 x /64 IPv6
    
    

    Price: €24.00 p/month

    Order Link

  • sad, they don't accept Bitcoin :(

  • @AnthonySmith said:
    damn, thats expensive even with 50% discount!

    > Resource  €14.95 EURO
    > CPUs: 4   €10.00 EURO
    > RAM [MB]: 8192    €61.44 EURO
    > SSD Storage [GB]: 270 €72.00 EURO
    
    > €79.20 EURO
    > 

    I could do that in the UK for €24.00 p/month with more disk space and better CPU's

    Well, they are 'pure ssd', and always snappy.

    Admittedly, This shouldn't be an issue if one's config management scripts /ansible /puppet setup is perfectly tested. (machines don't mind an extra 25secs for the initial dist-upgrade)

    FWIW, I couldn't tell much difference on IH's ssd-cached array back when I did initial setup during Black Friday.
    So, I've come back around to the 'well-provisioned ssd-cached is pretty neat too' camp.

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  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider

    vimalware said: FWIW, I couldn't tell much difference on IH's ssd-cached array back when I did initial setup

    a benchmark a user posted today:

    dd test
        1st run:    591 MB/s
        2nd run:    595 MB/s
        3rd run:    556 MB/s
        average:    580 MB/s
    

    these are 6 to 8 disk SAS raid 10 + 2 x 512GB SSD's running cachecade, for real world applications you probably will not see much difference, nothing worth paying 300% more for anyway imo.

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  • dediservedediserve Member, Provider

    @AnthonySmith said:
    damn, thats expensive even with 50% discount!

    You're probably in the market for our Servers range then, which are fix spec VPS, bnot flexible virtual datacenters.

  • @dediserve (or any one else) - just to seek clarification (in case my original question got "lost" in the following comments):

    Is a single VPS also considered a "pool" in the sense that you can shut it down and create/move at/to another location?

  • niceboyniceboy Member

    But, dediserve provides dedicated cpu whereas inception seems to be fare share cpu.

    My list of reliable providers :
    Ramnode : HostHatch : Dediserve : Serverica : CloudCone : OnePoundWebHosting : Vultr : Lunanode : Few more under testing!

  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider

    niceboy said: But, dediserve provides dedicated cpu whereas inception seems to be fare share cpu.

    ok sorry, my mistake, I did not notice it was dedicated CPU cores, that I cannot compete with.

    I question the reality of being able to provide dedicated cores at €2.56 p/month as that would not even cover the power bill but ho hum, they have been around a while they obviously know what they are doing :)

  • DigitalFyreDigitalFyre Member, Provider

    niceboy said: But, dediserve provides dedicated cpu whereas inception seems to be fare share cpu.

    Where do you see "dedicated cpu cores"?

  • layfonlayfon Member

    DigitalFyre said:

    niceboy said: But, dediserve provides dedicated cpu whereas inception seems to be fare share cpu.

    Where do you see "dedicated cpu cores"?

    They don't advertise as dedicated, but can't find any terms about CPU usage here either.

  • sinsin Member

    DigitalFyre said: Where do you see "dedicated cpu cores"?

    It's right on their homepage under features. They also tell you their dedicated cores if you ask them about it.

  • YuraYura Member
    edited May 2017

    It's called Dediserve for crying out loud.

  • sinsin Member

    layfon said: They don't advertise as dedicated

    "predictable performance with no CPU limits or throttles" is on their features page

  • layfonlayfon Member

    sin said:

    layfon said: They don't advertise as dedicated

    "predictable performance with no CPU limits or throttles" is on their features page

    Wow, didn't see it.

  • MasonRMasonR Member

    @sin said:

    layfon said: They don't advertise as dedicated

    "predictable performance with no CPU limits or throttles" is on their features page

    From their FAQ:

    Q: How many machines share a physical host, and how do you manage CPU?

    A: On average across a platform a physical server is shared by about 30 machines.

    The host servers are extremely powerful HP Blade Servers (BL460C) with the latest Intel Xeon CPUs and extremely fast RAM and networking. We monitor the clouds constantly, 24/7 to prevent abuse and issues and ensure stability and reliability.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that implies the CPU resources are not dedicated. The only mention of dedicated resources is on their Hybrid and Baremetal offerings, not their Cloud services. Simply stating "no CPU limits or throttles" doesn't in itself mean dedicated.

    HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently

  • dediservedediserve Member, Provider

    @MasonR said:

    @sin said:

    layfon said: They don't advertise as dedicated

    "predictable performance with no CPU limits or throttles" is on their features page

    From their FAQ:

    Q: How many machines share a physical host, and how do you manage CPU?

    A: On average across a platform a physical server is shared by about 30 machines.

    The host servers are extremely powerful HP Blade Servers (BL460C) with the latest Intel Xeon CPUs and extremely fast RAM and networking. We monitor the clouds constantly, 24/7 to prevent abuse and issues and ensure stability and reliability.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that implies the CPU resources are not dedicated. The only mention of dedicated resources is on their Hybrid and Baremetal offerings, not their Cloud services. Simply stating "no CPU limits or throttles" doesn't in itself mean dedicated.

    For the sake of clarity, we don't dedicated cores 1:1 but we also don't limit of throttle users for 100% usage - relying instead on the very large core count on our HP Blades and our ability to move workloads about if needed to ensure you can use all the cores you buy,

  • praveenpraveen Member

    Hi, Is it valid only for monthly plan? @dediserve

  • bsdguybsdguy Member

    @AnthonySmith said:
    damn, thats expensive even with 50% discount!

    > Resource  €14.95 EURO
    > CPUs: 4   €10.00 EURO
    > RAM [MB]: 8192    €61.44 EURO
    > SSD Storage [GB]: 270 €72.00 EURO
    > Location  Included
    > IP Addresses: Included
    > Snapshot Storage [GB] Included
    > NAS Storage [GB]  Included
    > Discount: - €79.20 EURO
    > Total Recurring:  
    > €79.20 EURO Monthly
    > Total Due Today::
    > €79.20 EURO
    > 

    Looking around a little I'll easily find true dedicated servers for less money.

    I'm quite mistrusting re. all those "dedicated" VPS, "slices" and the like. Besides, frankly, if providers combed out all assholes who abuse their VPSs, we wouldn't have the problem anyway.
    So, what's all the dedi VPS and slices fuzz all about anyway? I think it pretty much boils down to somewhat less neighbours, i.e. a core not being shared over 4 - 8 users but over 2 - 4 or, in rare optimal cases core == vCore.

    No matter what, a "dedi VPS" w/4 vCores for basically 80€/mo seems just weird to me.

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider
    edited May 2017

    bsdguy said: No matter what, a "dedi VPS" w/4 vCores for basically 80€/mo seems just weird to me.

    regular price €160.. this is only a new launch price.

    never understood why people want a VPS with dedicated cores, if you want dedicated resources you get a dedicated server, obviously I understand people 'want' to pay VPS money for a dedicated server, but in this case you are right, it is dedicated server money for a VPS essentially.

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  • bsdguybsdguy Member

    @AnthonySmith said:

    bsdguy said: No matter what, a "dedi VPS" w/4 vCores for basically 80€/mo seems just weird to me.

    regular price €160.. this is only a new launch price.

    never understood why people want a VPS with dedicated cores, if you want dedicated resources you get a dedicated server, obviously I understand people 'want' to pay VPS money for a dedicated server, but in this case you are right, it is dedicated server money for a VPS essentially.

    I do see 1 valid desire, namely to get a small virtual dedi, i.e. the logic "I don't need 8 or 12 or even more cores but neither do I want a (standard) shared and probably oversold VPS".

    In that field the hw manufacturers had little to offer for a long time. Now, however with the 8 core Atoms and the Xeon-D and tight 3 or 4 HE blade servers it gets quite feasible. Problem being, of course, that the VPS segments strongly tends to use 2nd hand equipment which translates into a delay of some 2 or 3 years.

    No matter, however, even with hungry older, say 56xx Xeons it's feasible and I do understand that many see that as a way to get something like server slices, i.e. "true" hw slices, say with KVM.
    But even then, say based on dual 56xx Xeons with a total of 16 cores, I'd expect a 4 true cores dedi VPS to cost no more than a max of 25€.

    79€ after a 50% reduction sounds just insane to me.

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • GamerGamer Member

    Windows? If so at what extra cost if any?

  • Great servers from @dediserve .. but expensive. Some months ago they did a special promotion here on LET where there was 50% discount + 50% discount!

    At the time I got a 4CPU + 4GB + 100GB SSD + 500Mbps per 15 €/ month. If @dediserve can make this deal again (even for just a few hours or 1 day) I would buy some new servers from them.

    I also wanted to upgrade this server to a more powerful VPS maybe with 8 or even 16GB RAM...

    As said before their service and servers are great!

  • dediservedediserve Member, Provider

    @AnthonySmith said:

    bsdguy said: No matter what, a "dedi VPS" w/4 vCores for basically 80€/mo seems just weird to me.

    regular price €160.. this is only a new launch price.

    never understood why people want a VPS with dedicated cores, if you want dedicated resources you get a dedicated server, obviously I understand people 'want' to pay VPS money for a dedicated server, but in this case you are right, it is dedicated server money for a VPS essentially.

    As I said earlier. If you want to compare budget VPS our server line is 30€ for that spec

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  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited May 2017

    Dediserve regular pricing is designed for an 'elastic' demand pattern, hence it needs to be higher. (like ec2 when they started)

    They've done zero-profit $7( LEB limit) promos for 2gb resource pools back in 2014.
    These are my conservative choice vps keepers that I don't want to migrate every 18months during some random provider Deadpool/acquisition

    Vienna, Docklands(lon2) , are great locations EU connectivity wise.

    If someone is on one of the Dublin locations, please share some net benches.

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  • @AnthonySmith said:
    never understood why people want a VPS with dedicated cores, if you want dedicated resources you get a dedicated server, obviously I understand people 'want' to pay VPS money for a dedicated server, but in this case you are right, it is dedicated server money for a VPS essentially.

    There are a few reasons.

    1. It's easier to get a console to a VM then a dedi when things get sideways.
    2. Elastic resources.
    3. Being able to say there is a baseline is nice.

    I like dedicated hardware. It's just a pain to deal with at times, especially when it's in a datacenter that isn't easy to walk into. Hybrid setups are a good middle ground between the two.

  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider

    flatland_spider said: There are a few reasons.

    It's easier to get a console to a VM then a dedi when things get sideways.

    Elastic resources.
    Being able to say there is a baseline is nice.
    I like dedicated hardware. It's just a pain to deal with at times, especially when it's in a datacenter that isn't easy to walk into. Hybrid setups are a good middle ground between the two.

    Yep seems I am being a little bit brain dead today, despite it being pointed out to me I did not understand that these are elastic dedicated resources.

    I am human, I am tired, I made a mistake.

    Sorry.

  • mik997mik997 Member

    @vimalware said:

    If someone is on one of the Dublin locations, please share some net benches.

    Speedtest (IPv4 only)
    ---------------------
    Your public IPv4 is
    
    Location                Provider        Speed
    CDN                     Cachefly        47.6MB/s
    
    Atlanta, GA, US         Coloat          4.05MB/s
    Dallas, TX, US          Softlayer       12.6MB/s
    Seattle, WA, US         Softlayer       223KB/s
    San Jose, CA, US        Softlayer       3.76MB/s
    Washington, DC, US      Softlayer       143KB/s
    
    Tokyo, Japan            Linode          3.27MB/s
    Singapore               Softlayer       2.40MB/s
    
    Rotterdam, Netherlands  id3.net         26.6MB/s
    Haarlem, Netherlands    Leaseweb        26.7MB/s
    
    speedtest-cli --server 1756
    Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
    Testing from Digiweb ...
    Retrieving speedtest.net server list...
    Selecting best server based on ping...
    Hosted by Vodafone IE (Dublin) [1.05 km]: 6.049 ms
    Testing download speed................................................................................
    Download: 457.48 Mbit/s
    Testing upload speed................................................................................................
    Upload: 443.03 Mbit/s
    
    speedtest-cli --server 6287
    Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
    Testing from Digiweb ...
    Retrieving speedtest.net server list...
    Selecting best server based on ping...
    Hosted by iptelecom (Dublin) [1.05 km]: 11.292 ms
    Testing download speed................................................................................
    Download: 378.90 Mbit/s
    Testing upload speed................................................................................................
    Upload: 226.35 Mbit/s
    
    speedtest-cli --server 4604
    Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
    Testing from Digiweb ...
    Retrieving speedtest.net server list...
    Selecting best server based on ping...
    Hosted by Blacknight (Carlow) [73.55 km]: 267.304 ms
    Testing download speed................................................................................
    Download: 365.36 Mbit/s
    Testing upload speed................................................................................................
    Upload: 110.30 Mbit/s
    
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  • RonalBarbarenRonalBarbaren Member
    edited May 2017

    First seen Dediserve in 2011, I remember old their interface website :), then glad to see them expand server to over the world. Per Hosting Provider has unique or special feature suite for me, in this case Dediserve has good spec/network/price in Hong Kong and Singapore so far.

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  • daffydaffy Member

    Well, so maybe they aren't the cheapest, but here in Norway they are definitely on the cheap side of things. Might be one of the cheapest I've seen here actually.

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  • FaiziFaizi Member

    @dediserve has one of the best support among providers.

    Just now I open a ticket with a request to move location. It was replied within 2 minutes, and my request was solved within another 4 minutes.

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  • noennoen Member

    Norwegian-style bench before deciding the usage/idle:

    [email protected]:~# ./benchNO.sh
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    CPU model            : QEMU Virtual CPU version (cpu64-rhel6)
    Number of cores      : 2
    CPU frequency        : 2399.998 MHz
    Total size of Disk   : 29.0 GB (1.3 GB Used)
    Total amount of Mem  : 2005 MB (876 MB Used)
    Total amount of Swap : 0 MB (0 MB Used)
    System uptime        : 0 days, 20 hour 7 min
    Load average         : 0.01, 0.06, 0.12
    OS                   : Debian GNU/Linux 8
    Arch                 : x86_64 (64 Bit)
    Kernel               : 3.16.0-4-amd64
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    I/O speed(1st run)   : 1.1 GB/s
    I/O speed(2nd run)   : 1.1 GB/s
    I/O speed(3rd run)   : 1.1 GB/s
    Average I/O speed    : 1126.4 MB/s
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Node Name                       IPv4 address            Download Speed
    CacheFly                        205.234.175.175         27.9MB/s
    Terrahost, Sandefjord, NO       185.125.168.4           9.34MB/s
    ServeTheWorld, Oslo, NO (VPS)   217.170.205.X           11.0MB/s
    DediServe, Oslo, NO             195.159.175.50          29.3MB/s
    ProISP DC1, Stavanger, NO       213.162.246.67          13.7MB/s
    ProISP DC2, Stavanger, NO       46.250.210.116          21.5MB/s
    UiO, Oslo, NO                   128.39.3.170            27.6MB/s
    
    Speedtest.net Nord-Norge
    
    Nornett, Alta
    Ping: 37.206 ms
    Download: 230.13 Mbit/s
    Upload: 48.02 Mbit/s
    
    Signal, Bodø
    Ping: 31.47 ms
    Download: 235.64 Mbit/s
    Upload: 215.63 Mbit/s
    
    Broadnet, Tromsø
    Ping: 38.369 ms
    Download: 229.03 Mbit/s
    Upload: 228.05 Mbit/s
    
    Varanger Kraft, Vadsø
    Ping: 33.467 ms
    Download: 231.61 Mbit/s
    Upload: 104.14 Mbit/s
    
    Speedtest.net Midt-Norge
    
    StayOn, Ålesund
    Ping: 53.625 ms
    Download: 234.86 Mbit/s
    Upload: 158.21 Mbit/s
    
    ITsjefen, Trondheim
    Ping: 26.877 ms
    Download: 235.28 Mbit/s
    Upload: 237.30 Mbit/s
    
    SuCom, Sunndalsøra
    Ping: 49.634 ms
    Download: 234.69 Mbit/s
    Upload: 216.36 Mbit/s
    
    Speedtest.net Vest-Norge
    
    Enivest, Førde
    Ping: 37.886 ms
    Download: 233.55 Mbit/s
    Upload: 221.88 Mbit/s
    
    BKK, Bergen
    Ping: 21.674 ms
    Download: 237.33 Mbit/s
    Upload: 207.20 Mbit/s
    
    NextGenTel, Bergen
    Ping: 22.476 ms
    Download: 235.94 Mbit/s
    Upload: 236.56 Mbit/s
    
    XFiber, Stavanger
    Ping: 19.398 ms
    Download: 234.65 Mbit/s
    Upload: 194.30 Mbit/s
    
    Speedtest.net Øst-Norge
    
    Telenor, Oslo
    Ping: 17.994 ms
    Download: 235.99 Mbit/s
    Upload: 236.58 Mbit/s
    
    Broadnet, Oslo
    Ping: 10.048 ms
    Download: 236.56 Mbit/s
    Upload: 237.32 Mbit/s
    
    Blix, Oslo
    Ping: 20.096 ms
    Download: 236.35 Mbit/s
    Upload: 239.13 Mbit/s
    
    Speedtest.net Norden
    
    Tele2, .SE
    Ping: 37.874 ms
    Download: 233.84 Mbit/s
    Upload: 226.50 Mbit/s
    
    TDC, .DK
    Ping: 22.006 ms
    Download: 235.41 Mbit/s
    Upload: 235.60 Mbit/s
    
    Elisa Oyj, .FI
    Ping: 61.735 ms
    Download: 179.99 Mbit/s
    Upload: 176.24 Mbit/s
    
    Vodafone, .IS
    Ping: 179.346 ms
    Download: 165.84 Mbit/s
    Upload: 91.68 Mbit/s
    
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  • WickedWicked Member

    @daffy said:
    Well, so maybe they aren't the cheapest, but here in Norway they are definitely on the

    cheap side of things. Might be one of the cheapest I've seen here actually.

    This.

    I will probably move most of my clients to this location. Serious providers in Norway take 30+ EUR for 1 GB RAM.

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  • itsnotvitsnotv Member

    Does anyone have a good experience with their US location?

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