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Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You: The Scoop on Slicehosting’s Awesome Offer

There is a constant tension here on LowEndBox between two poles:

  • People want to see incredible offers with tons of resources at a low price
  • People want to deal with stable, reliable hosts

Those are two circles and the Venn diagram where they overlap is the sweet spot.

But there are always people who prefer to be in one of the circles. Some have production-ish workloads and they value stability. Others want a lot of horsepower for a low price and they value performance more.

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If you’re in the latter category, this may be the offer for you! Slicehosting is a new provider, who’s less than a year old.

Hello, I’m Shivang A Shastri, the founder of Slicehosting. I’m delighted to have you join us! What started as my passion for hosting has grown into a dynamic platform dedicated to making your vision a reality.

At Slicehosting, we focus on understanding your specific needs and goals. Our mission is to build a community where your success is at the heart of everything we do.

Together, let’s embark on this exciting adventure. With Slicehosting by your side, you can trust that your dreams are in expert hands. Welcome to a world where your potential is our priority.

Offers are crazy!

Let’s start with 16GB of RAM, 3 vcpu, 100GB NVMe, 10TB of transfer, IPv4 + IPv6…for $6/month. Or $60/year which is only $5/month. Service is in Frankfurt, Germany.

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How can they make money at those prices?

Maybe they can’t. Maybe you know this, but would like a big beefy VPS for a little bit until it all goes away. Maybe you’ll sign up and it’ll perform like a dog. Maybe it’ll sign up and it’ll be wonderful, but you’ll keep a sharp eye on backups.

Do you feel lucky, punk?

Go check out Slicehosting’s web site, and then if you’re game, read their TOS, get out your PayPal or Crypto, and dive in below.

Datacenter and Network Info

Datacenter Name – Interwerk (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

Test IPv4: 5.230.118.1

Host Node Specs

1x AMD EPYC 7551P

512GB RAM

2x 3.84TB NVMe SSDs

Software Raid1

1Gbps uplink

1x AMD EPYC 7502P

512GB RAM

2x 1.92TB NVMe SSDs

Software Raid1

1Gbps uplink

VPS Offers

Newcomer

  • 16GB RAM
  • 0GB Swap
  • 3x vCPU
  • 100GB NVMe space
  • 10TB transfer
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 0x IPv6
  • Virtfusion KVM
  • $6/month
  • $60/year
  • [ORDER]

Super

  • 32GB RAM
  • 0GB Swap
  • 5x vCPU
  • 150GB NVMe space
  • 10TB transfer
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 0x IPv6
  • Virtfusion KVM
  • $12/month
  • $100/year
  • [ORDER]

Big

  • 48GB RAM
  • 0GB Swap
  • 6x vCPU
  • 200GB NVMe space
  • 10TB transfer
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 0x IPv6
  • Virtfusion KVM
  • $16.5/month
  • $150/year
  • [ORDER]

Mega

  • 64GB RAM
  • 0GB Swap
  • 8x vCPU
  • 250GB NVMe space
  • 10TB transfer
  • 1Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 0x IPv6
  • Virtfusion KVM
  • $23/month
  • $200/year
  • [ORDER]

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