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Topic # 179000 22-Aug-2015 01:34
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I would like to ask some experts help in order to help me to choose the company.
What do you think about Vpsnine.com? The reason for my request is that I am looking for good place where I can order Linux VPS hosting solution and this company seems to be good for me.

Do you know anything about it?

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  Reply # 1383323 9-Sep-2015 11:49
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I have never heard of that provider, so can't provide an opinion sorry.

However, I have used DigitalOcean and Vultr, which are both very popular and reliable.

Have a look at their plans and see if they suit:

https://www.digitalocean.com/

http://vultr.com/

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  Reply # 1383337 9-Sep-2015 12:06
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I always have and always will recommend Linode as a VPS provider. They're very fast, well priced and have excellent support: https://www.linode.com/?r=e84721fd375b6aed099b237d77b5b57de53a788d

Please note, this is a referral link. If you don't want to give me a free months worth of VPS for signing up then just go straight to their website.

I have a $10/mo host + their backup service (handy when doing maintenance as you can snapshot beforehand and restore if things go wrong) and host around 20 sites. One of them is http://charlimarie.com which actually loads rather quick despite not having Cloudflare in front of it.




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  Reply # 1383357 9-Sep-2015 12:27
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Linode and Digital Ocean would be the best (reputation) non-NZ choice.

That said.

Using and supporting an NZ-based service is a good thing to do, and for that, I'd suggest you check out Sitehost.

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  Reply # 1385110 10-Sep-2015 17:21
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itlab.co.nz is based in Auckland and the guy who runs it is on here.

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  Reply # 1385111 10-Sep-2015 17:23
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It all comes down to what you are using it for? Is it mission critical? Are you hosting business websites etc on it? What is most important to you, price, support, reliability?

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  Reply # 1385117 10-Sep-2015 17:38
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ramnode and digital ocean are pretty good.

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  Reply # 1386377 12-Sep-2015 21:23
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Hey, 

I'm a little late to the party, but I have a VPS with IntoVPS and also one at DigitalOcean.  Both are excellent.  I've raised a few tickets with IntoVPS (nothing major - one was a relocation request, the other was a kernel panic on their box) and they've always been very fast to resolve (IE within half an hour for both) So far I haven't had to raise one with DigitalOcean.

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