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Topic # 115361 23-Mar-2013 11:55
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Please recommend a VPS provider that can provision me three vps this weekend. Must have 24/7 support. Must have backup/restore facility.

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  Reply # 785841 23-Mar-2013 12:10
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Hi. I would prefer NZ. Not particular about type. Each vps will host two or three ecommerce sites so I need a few ip addresses.

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  Reply # 785865 23-Mar-2013 12:53
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The only host I know of with true 24/7 support (not "after hours" support) is RimuHosting.
They have servers in NZ




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  Reply # 785867 23-Mar-2013 12:58
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For NZ I'd go with http://www.wheresmyserver.com/




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Reply # 785920 23-Mar-2013 15:23
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You can provision yourself as many servers as you like 24x7 on www.thecloud.net.nz - and each server only takes around 4 minutes.  Currently this means anything from the service catalog as customisations require a support ticket to be logged but you'll get same-day action on those anyway.

Fill ya boots :)

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  Reply # 786503 25-Mar-2013 09:14
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Ended up at RimuHosting - 24/7 support and pricing was the factor.

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