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Ferdian Alfianto

Ferdian Alfianto

Ferdian Alfianto is an Internet enthusiast, Mac Lover; likes using Wordpress, experimenting with Linux (especially Debian and Ubuntu), tinkering with pfSense routers, happy experimenting with LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB, PHP) and Redis. You can contact me here.

Who said that VPS rental is expensive? With $1 per month you can rent a VPS. Do not believe? Here I share 3 favorite sites that provide the cheapest VPS information in the world!

1. LowEndBox.com

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The first order when I look for a cheap VPS is LowEndBox.com. This site dedicates itself to providing cheap VPS and Dedicated Server information. Many hosting companies provide VPS price promos here, from trial promos, to discounts only given to visitors to the LowEndBox.com site.

2. ServerBear.com

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ServerBear.com is actually a site that presents information on VPS benchmark results from several hosting companies. This is where ServerBear has the advantage when compared to LowEndBox. Besides being able to get a VPS at a low price, we can also see the performance comparison. ServerBear also provides a list of valid discount coupons.

3. WebHostingTalk.com

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WebHostingTalk (WHT) is a large forum that specializes in discussing the world of hosting. If I compare WHT, it is like a very large hosting market, because this is where hosting companies meet with resellers and end users. Either big-class hosting companies or start-up classes are not here. Price wars, discounts & features cannot be avoided here. To find cheap VPS, please go to the sub forum with the title "VPS Hosting Offers".

I personally like to visit WHT to find testimonials from hosting companies, where I will order VPS.

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  1. For those who don't have a paypal / credit card like me, it will be difficult. Can I ask for help with the payment, bro, if I order there: D

    1. It's easy, boss, if you don't have CC, just buy paypal at several sellers in Kaskus. To be safe, look for the one that accepts the account payment.

        1. wow don't know that. But, how come it's not all verified, bro? if there is no CC, just use the VCC service to verify paypal account.

          1. I used the CC produced by Bank Mega, bro: D But in the past I used VCC, no problem, you can use it.

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