LXC VPS plans

Order process

  1. Choose product (current)
  2. Configure your service
  3. Confirm order
  4. Make payment

What is a virtual private server?

A virtual private server is a virtual machine dedicated to you. It offers the flexibility and scalability that all your projects need. With SSH access, you will be able to control your machine. All resources ofered are 100% dedicated to your server. You will get an instance with a Linux operating system ready to go in 2 minutes. Secure your web hosting, host as many websites as you want, install custom software and make great projects thanks to our virtual private servers.

LXC Sandbox

$ 4.0 USD Monthly

  • 1 dedicated core
  • 256 MB RAM
  • 20 GB disk space.
  • 80 GB bandwith.

LXC Starter

$ 7.0 USD Monthly

  • 1 dedicated core
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 40 GB disk space.
  • 160 GB bandwith.

LXC Small

$ 11.0 USD Monthly

  • 2 dedicated cores
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 100 GB disk space.
  • 400 GB bandwith.

LXC Medium

$ 17.0 USD Monthly

  • 4 dedicated cores
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 500 GB disk space.
  • 2000 GB bandwith.

LXC Heavy

$ 31.0 USD Monthly

  • 8 dedicated cores
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 1000 GB disk space.
  • 4000 GB bandwith.

What are virtual private servers used for?

  • Web hosting: With 100% dedicated resources, your site will be able to handle all the trafic easily. Moreover, you can add as many websites as you need in the same VPS! There are no limits in websites, databases or files you can host in your server.
  • Radio streaming: You want to broadcast at more than 192KBPS or more than 1 mountpoint? With all of our virtual private servers you can request a free installation of our radio station control panel, wich will allow you to set up your radio streaming in a matter of minutes.
  • Custom configurations: Host many websites, install our radio control panel, and other software to do what you want. All software can live in the same environment.
  • Backups: You can enable backups for your VPS. Backups will be created weekly and stored both in our servers and offsite in other datacenters.