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VPS Hosting Defined

If you are maintaining a busy website with an ever-growing number of viewers, page impressions and downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated hosting server to cope with the expanded load, then have a glimpse at our cost-effective VPS hosting.

The VPS Hosting Service Explained

1 CPU Core
20 GB Storage
$6.00 / month
1 CPU Core
40 GB Storage
$12.00 / month

A VPS (Virtual Private Server) offers an insulated shared hosting environment whereby the whole amount of CPU, RAM memory, web space and web traffic resources is assigned to you solely – as if you had a dedicated server hosting account.

When you order your virtual private server from PriceToHost, you are offered the option to select between 2 leading-edge data centers – Steadfast in Chicago, United States, and Pulsant in London, United Kingdom, and we advise you to choose the one nearest to your location, so that you and your site's visitors can be served quicker.

With PriceToHost's virtual web hosting servers, you can choose an OS and install your own software configurations (you are given complete server root access). Moreover, you can reboot your VPS web server at any given time, keep track of the resource consumption and check your bandwidth statistics in real time. You can choose between KVM and OpenVZ powered VPS hosting packages, and if you need assistance in handling your VPS hosting server, you can make use of the optional administration services offered by us.

PriceToHost Virtual Private Servers – A Web Hosting Solution Tailored to Your Demands

For the sake of customers owning content-heavy sites, at PriceToHost we provide the Memcached distributed memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator, which will enormously boost your web site's speed and decrease the server load. It's worth pointing out that PriceToHost's VPS hosting offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can get all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need.