High performance, custom partitioning/kernels, docker support with full root access!
Choose from London, Amsterdam, Los Angeles & Ashburn on the order form. More locations coming soon!

Opt for annual billing on checkout and get two months free!

Per Quarter

Order Plan
  • 1 vCore
  • 15GB HDD
  • 256MB RAM
  • ∞ Incoming Traffic
  • 500GB Outgoing Traffic

Per Month

Order Plan
  • 2 vCores
  • 40GB HDD
  • 512MB RAM
  • ∞ Incoming Traffic
  • 1000GB Outgoing Traffic

Per Month

Order Plan
  • 3 vCores
  • 60GB HDD
  • 1024MB RAM
  • ∞ Incoming Traffic
  • 2000GB Outgoing Traffic

Per Month

Order Plan
  • 4 vCores
  • 80GB HDD
  • 2048MB RAM
  • ∞ Incoming Traffic
  • 3000GB Outgoing Traffic

Per Month

Order Plan
  • 4 vCores
  • 120GB HDD
  • 4096MB RAM
  • ∞ Incoming Traffic
  • 4000GB Outgoing Traffic

Choose one (or all!) of the locations from London & Amsterdam in Europe to Los Angeles & Ashburn in the US.

All our virtual servers come with one dedicated IPv4, request IPv6 for free and purchase additional IPv4s at £1/month.

All VPSs are deployed and setup within a minute after we receive payment so you can get going immediately!

Available Addons

Cost (Per Month)
Basic DDoS Protection - Read More FREE INCLUDED
Advanced DDoS Protection - Read More £2.50 Contact Sales
Additional IPv4 £1 Contact Sales
Additional IPv6 FREE Contact Sales
cPanel VPS License £11 Order License
DirectAdmin License £6 Order License

KVM vs OpenVZ

First of many things, our KVM plans fully support Docker however this isn't supported on our OpenVZ plans. KVM provides full virtualisation from the bottom to the top. Clients are able to run latest 3.x & custom kernels, docker, LUKS disk encryption with custom partitioning and full isolation from neighbours (other VMs on the node), custom operating systems including Windows as a result each virtual machine has private virtualised hardware including network card, disk and graphics adapter which is not possible on OpenVZ.

On the other hand, OpenVZ is ideal for most who are on a budget and do not have any advanced requirements. It is cheaper to run due to being less resource intensive as it is container-based and all VMs run off the host node kernel and so price is marginally lower whilst providing good performance at the same time.

If you are still are unsure as to which platform would work best for you, please feel free to contact us with your requirements and we will be happy to assist you.

Enterprise Hardware

All our OpenVZ nodes consist of a minimum of Dual Intel CPUs, 128GB RAM, 8 enterprise-grade hard drives in RAID10 array. This gives great performance and reliability for all clients on the nodes.

VPN/FUSE Support

Once signed up you may enable TUN/TAP & PPP from the control panel to use your VPS as a private VPN but along with this you may remotely mount file systems using FUSE. FUSE is enabled manually by contacting support.

Instant Upgrades

You can easily upgrade or downgrade between the plans we offer without having to wait around or submit ticket. Simply goto the client area and under my products/services you will see a option to upgrade/downgrade your service.

DDoS Protection

Free basic DDoS protection is included on all plans, if you are frequently attacked or need advanced (custom) protection we charge just £2.50/mo per IP. See our DDoS Protection page for more information.

VPS Control Panel

All plans come with a basic control panel to manage your VPS. This allows you start/stop/reboot your server, reinstall with a clean OS, set rDNS for IPv4 & IPv6, view resource usage and graphs.

We do not provide by default a panel to manage websites, cPanel is available at additional cost. We will help assist install this or any other free control panel at no extra charge.

Supported Operating Systems

  • - CentOS 6 (32/64 Bit)
  • - CentOS 7 (64 Bit)
  • - Debian 6 (32/64 Bit)
  • - Debian 7 (32/64 Bit)
  • - Debian 8 (64 Bit)
  • - Debian 9 (64 Bit)
  • - Ubuntu 12.04 (32/64 Bit)
  • - Ubuntu 14.04 (32/64 Bit)
  • - Ubuntu 16.04 (64 Bit)
  • - Fedora 23 (64 Bit)
  • - Scientific 6 (32/64 Bit)
  • - SUSE 13.2 (64 Bit)