Leading web hosting & domain name provider, VEXXHOST, unveiled today their new pricing scheme for their virtual private servers. The new pricing method allows clients who pay annually to get a 20% discount off the monthly price. As an introductory offer for the new VPS pricing, VEXXHOST also has a 25% discount on all virtual private server plans which adds up to savings up to 45%. The new pricing scheme is suitable for any budget ranging from small personal virtual private servers or high-end production virtual private servers. The discounted prices for the three virtual private servers are $14.95, $22.95 and $29.95 per month for the Value, Deluxe & Premium VPS respectively. The new plans come with dedicated disk space ranging from 10GB to 30GB and data transfer ranging from 300 to 1000GB per month. All these low-priced offers come with a 30 day money-back guarantee for customer satisfaction insurance.
VEXXHOST web hosting virtual private servers are using the industry leading virtualization method Xen which is outside the league of any other virtualization method as it uses hardware and not software virtualization unlike others. Another advantage of Xen-powered virtual private servers is that the dedicated RAM, space & processing power is real and with Xen, it is impossible to oversell the resources of the main virtual private server node. VEXXHOST‘s virtual private server platform is one of the most redundant that is current available in the market as data is stored on RAID-10 disk arrays for redundancy and performance. All of their servers come with dual power-supplies, in case of a failure, the server heals it automatically and the other power supply is started with no downtime. The processing powers available on the VPS nodes are powered by high-end latest Intel Xeon’s.
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