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    <a href="http://www.wattaserver.com/vpsservers.php">VPS Starting @ $1.50/m! @ Chicago & Seattle</a>

    oneilonlineoneilonline Member, Provider

    WattaServer, a brand of ONeilOnline is pleased to offer VPS packages out of our Seattle or Chicago datacenters. Please contact our sales department via email or live chat with any questions prior to ordering.

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    IPv6 Only @ Chicago



    Virtual Private Servers



    OVZ-VPS-128

    128MB RAM 128MB vSwap

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    4vCPU Equal Share

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    DDoS Protection Included

    $18.00/yr



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    • WattaServer is a brand of ONeilOnline, founded in 1994.
    • Network providers include Spectrum, Century Link and Comcast out of Seattle. Time Warner Cable, Telia, Zayo and GTT out of Chicago.
    • Test IPs, test file links and more info can be found on our datacenter page.
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    Thanks for your interest!

    Comments

    • Next time you make a website, change it up a bit because your two sites look awfully similar. (It bothers me kind of)

      wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

      curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      This isn't particularly relevant but:
      I was curious why there was no HTTPS on the main pages, saw that the client pages had HTTPS but wanted to mention the login page for watta isn't fully secured (Still has some http resources)

      Michael SmallWeb - Shared Hosting from £3.00/Year in London | Amsterdam | Melbourne | New York | Luxembourg | Los Angeles

    • oneilonlineoneilonline Member, Provider

      @FlamesRunner said:
      Next time you make a website, change it up a bit because your two sites look awfully similar. (It bothers me kind of)

      Yes, if we are being nitpicky. Afterall, they should look similar because they are the same products, no deception here. WattaServer is a brand, ONeilOnline is the company, as stated. At least the websites don't look like 98% of those other hosting companies who use wordpress and can't spend 5min coding something. LOL

    • oneilonlineoneilonline Member, Provider

      @CeeHosting said:
      This isn't particularly relevant but:
      I was curious why there was no HTTPS on the main pages, saw that the client pages had HTTPS but wanted to mention the login page for watta isn't fully secured (Still has some http resources)

      Why would an entire site have to be in https? It's an option, isn't it? I didn't see any rules about that, or asking for a web design critique, I thought this was posted in the offer section.

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael
    • hzrhzr Member, Moderator

      @oneilonline look at your PMs

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