Unlimited Bandwidth VPS Hosting

by GrinningFool on June 10, 2010

Unmetered VPS HostingWhat is Unmetered VPS Hosting?

Unmetered VPS hosting just means that there is no limit on how much bandwidth may be used to and from the server. Any amount of data  can be transferred on an unmetered Virtual Private Server, with the only real limit is imposed by the port speed.  These type of VPS plans may be referred to as Unlimited Bandwidth VPS hosting plans.

Below is a list of low cost VPS plans with unmetered bandwidth.

Low Cost Unmetered VPS Hosting

VPS Hosting ProviderPlan NameRAMDisk SpaceIPUnmetered PortPrice
Fanatical VPSMicro384/76830 Gb1 +1000Mb/s10.00
Fanatical VPSMini512 / 1024MB50 Gb1 +1000Mb/s15.00
VPSLime.comLemon38445 Gb2100Mb/s17.00
ServerOrigin.comStarter Open_VZ (Cloud)256/51210 Gb1100Mb/s19.00
MochaHostPerfetto1650/100040 Gb2100Mb/s19.95
Fanatical VPSMed768/153670 Gb1 +1000Mb/s20.00
InternetVPSVPS Standard2048100 Gb1100Mb/s19.99

Why Unmetered VPS plans?  Bandwidth, lots of it!  Bandwidth overage charges can get expensive fast.  What happens if you get slash-dotted, hit by Digg, or any other site that sends massive traffic your way.  Two things, your account gets banned for exceeding its allocated bandwidth and / or you get a really large bill at the end of the month.

You can see from the list above that Fanatical VPS really stands out for the speed of its unmetered VPS plans.  Fanatical offers fantastic customer service, 99.7% uptime, and generous specs for fantastic prices.  I would recommend them above all others!

I am working on gathering more unmetered VPS hosting plans so come back and check again soon.

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Carmelita Beguelin June 19, 2011 at 10:56 pm

Thanks for this post. I’ve found some real differences between VPS hosts mainly in terms of performance and reliability (Amazon EC2 especially weak). I was with VPS.net which was great for a while but then their reliability went down the pan – it locked up 3 times in 2 weeks, once requiring a system edit to unlock the hard drive. Apparently their SAN had some issues.

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