OpenVZ VPS Review

November 16, 2016 Nerd 0

HostUS recently had another strong showing on the Top Providers Poll at LowEndTalk, making it in the top 5. With 100’s of companies that have a presence at LET this is very impressive. Because of the recent poll I decided to share some quick information on my HostUS VPS service. I love my HostUS box. It’s reliable and it performs great. Uptime is currently at 131 days and it’s still chugging along. For $15 US […] Dedibox Personal Dedibox Review

March 31, 2016 Nerd 2 – "Providing the best offers since 1999" The Personal Dedibox servers are one of the best deals in the market. For $15.99 EUR per month you get an Intel cpu with 8c/8t, 16gb ram and 1tb sata storage or 250gb SSD storage. You also get unmetered bandwidth, 100gb backup and basic DDOS protection at no addition charge. Up to 16 additional IPv4 addresses can be added for $1.99 EUR per month, per IP. […]

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VPSDime VPS Review

March 29, 2016 Nerd 2

VPSDime – "Fast, Affordable, Reliable" I've been a VPSDime customer for 2 years and the service is absolutely awesome. Fantastic up-time, great stability and professional support. I am currently using my 512mb VPS to host the Webuzo panel, two production sites and OwnCloud. My current package is a LowEndBox special which includes 512mb ram, 30gb storage and 1000gb bandwidth for $15 a year. That's a pretty sweet deal that was part of a LEB promotion. […]

Viking Layer VPS Review

March 1, 2016 Nerd 0

"Viking Layer – High Quality Virtual Private Servers" Viking Layer, a Dr. Server brand is one of the top hosting services I've used. I host commercial sites on my $2 Viking Layer VPS and it's never let me down. This review is on a LowEndBox special which includes 512mb ram, 20gb storage and 1000gb bandwidth for $2 euro per month. Which is about $2 USD at todays exchange rate. I've had this service for three […]

Hostigation VPS Review

February 29, 2016 Nerd 0

Hostigation – High Resource Hosting Hostigation has been offering hosting services since 2006. I've seen several offers posted by Tim, the owner of Hostigation. He has simple, no nonsense plans that are sustainable yet generous in resources. I purchased the OVZ-512 plan for $5 USD monthly ($3.50 with coupon). This includes 512ram, 50gb storage, 1000gb bandwidth with access to 1 cpu core. This plan is perfect for running a web panel such as Webuzo or […]

WydeBeam – Phoenix Internet Review

August 10, 2015 Nerd 3

Update: May 26, 2017 A few months ago the Phoenix Internet company upgraded their available bandwidth to their towers and started upgrading customers equipment. They now offer up to 15mbps down for residential customers. Latency has greatly improved and the network has been extremely reliable.. Gaming on the Phoenix Internet service is no longer an issue. I play several online games on the PC including EverQuest, World of Warcraft and Diablo 3. My Xbox One […]


BuyShared – Reseller Hosting

August 4, 2015 Nerd 1

Have you ever thought about starting up a web hosting company? If so, this review is for you. For only $2 per month you can start up a basic shared hosting service using The BuyShared Reseller 20G package is perfect for someone looking to get their web hosting start. The 20G package comes with the following resources: 20gb SSD space, 1000gb bandwidth, cPanel, WHM, a dedicated IP and 24/7 support. I recently signed up […]

Tmobile TForce

T-Mobile – Great Service, Terrible Support

July 19, 2015 Nerd 0

Outstanding product, terrible support. I thought my question was an easy one. Does the MF61 support LTE? Don't ask T-mobile because they don't know. – My home internet went down last weekend so I activated my pre-paid data hotspot. The speeds were less than expected. It's been almost a year since I used the hotspot last and I'm still getting the same 7Mb down regardless of the LTE expansion that has taken place in my […]


MXroute Email Service Review

July 5, 2015 Nerd 4

A few months ago I found myself with a dozen email addresses. Trying to remember the username and password for each service was frustrating. I often had to use the "Forgot Password" link which would either lead to the new password being emailed to another service or me having to deal with security codes sent to my mobile device via a text. Like a good net citizen I use different login credentials for every website […]