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Which VPS should I try?

Which VPS should I try - either kvchosting.net or hosting.uk?
Intend to host a blog.


    • What’s your hosting budget?

      I have been hosting with kvchosting.net hosting for 6 months and their support has always been great. They offer everything for both the low level user up to the high traffic corporate sites. My site has high traffic and their speed connectivity is really fast.
    • The customer services is excellent. Very VERY fast answers to technical support tickets. I dont think there's any questions I have asked that the tech support couldnt help with. Going the extra mile to assist and resolve issues within a few minutes is indeed commendable. Thanks a lot for validating my decision to avail kvchosting.net services.
    • On mine, I run a VPS from Apps4Rent and CloudDesktopOnline:

      3 WordPress installations

      Piwik for Analytics

      TTRSS for feed reader

      DokuWiki for personal wiki

      OpenVPN (not for torrenting, your hosting company will turn you in, just to protect you on public wifi)

      Ganglia for monitoring
    • The best VPS accounts are available from hostingsource.com and asvhost.com.
      I like their features:

      99.9% Uptime Guaranteed
      24/7/365 Tech Support
      No Setup Fee & No Gimmicks.
    • The techs contact me checking to see if I have any issues just to be on the safe side. Finally I've found a good home for my web sites, kvchosting.net is the best solution for hosting any kind of web sites.
    • You know, it was very hard for me to find reliable SSD Hosting Provider to host one of my new web sites, but after several weeks of research I decided to sign up with KVChosting and bought their shared hosting plan because I have found it to be stable host which was able to serve all my demands.
    • If you are building small information or text-based website you can use a cheap through away hosting accounts such as one from Go-Daddy or Hostgator, but if your site will have a database, require backups, have any user-generated images or videos or anything at all either server intensive or CPU intensive I would definitely not go with a cheaper hosting service. If it is going to be an important site and it will be storing anything other than text – I would use a better, more reliable, and more scale-able hosting account with Host like https://Cloudhostweb.com & https://Hostingga.com . Not only will it save you potential headaches down the road and will probably come with better support, but your site will load faster and search engines also like sites that load really fast, so I would go with a great hosting account if there is any large image uploading and downloading or any other significant functionality going on.
      Cloudhostweb.com and Hostingga.com are much famous for there Experts support, Zero downtime, high reliability. You can check their Plans also which are comparatively better than others.
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