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VPS Pricing

Starting At
Economy LTE
  • 2 CORE
  • 2GB RAM
  • 30GB Disk Space
  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • No added IP
  • 24/7/365 Tech Support
Starting At
  • 3 CORE
  • 6GB RAM
  • 120GB Disk Space
  • 3TB Bandwidth
  • added IP
  • 24/7/365 Tech Support
Starting At
  • 4 CORE
  • 8GB RAM
  • 240GB Disk Space
  • 4TB Bandwidth
  • added IP
  • 24/7/365 Tech Support

Add-on Service


Protect your data and secure your websites.

Data Encryption

Encrypt and put a lock on your sensitive data, the right way.

Site lock

SiteLock provides comprehensive, cloud-based website security solutions for businesses of all sizes.


Website Time Machine Daily automatic backups that give you a plan against viruses, hackers, and even your own code breaking your site.


Get your store the needed online presence and sale tools it requires, all at one hub.

DIY website

Take control of your website idea. Be your own Boss.

Support Center

When we help our customers feel important, we help ourselves feel important too.

Technical Service

Yes we always have your back.


VPS hosting is a Virtual Private Server, and is a virtualized server. A VPS hosting environment mimics a dedicated server within a shared hosting environment. It is technically both shared hosting and dedicated hosting. VPS Hosting is one of several types of web hosting accounts you can choose from to host your website online. To have a website on the internet, you need to have your website files on a web server. Setting up and managing a server can not only be expensive, but difficult too. Purchasing web hosting allows someone to rent space on a web server, making it easier for the average person to have host a website online because all they need to do is upload their site files

VPS hosting is technically a combination between both shared hosting and dedicated hosting. With dedicated servers, you rent out an entire server, which can get pretty expensive fast. With shared hosting, you end up renting a portion of a server that’s shared with other users. Shared hosting is a solid option for beginners, as it’s generally much cheaper and provides you with the necessary resources to get your site started. VPS uses a single server and that server is partitioned out into different virtualized server environments. This differs from shared hosting because with shared hosting you have limits on the amount of CPU and memory available, as well as other software restrictions. VPS usually offer baseline resources that you’re guaranteed, plus additional resources available at a moments notice should your site experience a traffic spike.

If you require a unique hosting setup, or you have a very large and high-traffic site, then you’ve probably thought about getting your own dedicated server. But, there’s only one problem. Dedicated servers are expensive! This is where VPS comes to the rescue. VPS can be totally customized to your liking and give you much more control over your hosting environment when compared to a shared server. VPS hosting can also grow with your site as your traffic levels and resource needs increase. VPS hosting is also generally more secure than shared hosting environments, as you’ll be the only site using the set server resources.

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