View Full Version : Reliable VPS to host a heavy website with

10-02-2018, 08:41 AM
Comparing VPS deals from hostingsource.com and hosting.uk, which plan is better to follow?
I am willing to host a heavy website with.

10-05-2018, 06:16 AM
Been hosting with hostingsource.com for quite a long time, and I'm very impressed indeed.
These guys get a thumbs up, fives all crossed the board. This experience has been great.

10-08-2018, 10:37 AM
VPS accounts from hostsailor.com and legionbox.com are worthwhile.
These companies are great in all aspects!
1. Speed is very good. Tested on pingdom and found load time is 3s without cache .
2. Live chat support is ok.
3.Ticket response is sometimes quick and slow depending on work time I think.
4. Uptime is good.

10-11-2018, 12:13 AM
I recommend this to anyone looking for a lot of features for a low price.
I really enjoy my hosting experience dealing with hostingsource.com - it is TOP web host.

10-15-2018, 10:58 AM
VPS deals from libertyvps.net and legionbox.com are worthwhile.
The server uptime and overall speed performance are outstanding and consistent.
Pricing looks reasonable, and hosting plans are feature-rich. Fantastic technical support, questions usually answered within 2 minutes of posting.

10-17-2018, 03:22 AM
As a recent customer of Cloudarion.com (https://Cloudarion.com/) I cannot recommend them more. Their admin panel is a breeze to use and their support is second to none.
I look forward to many years working with them. Highly recommended and amazing value

10-19-2018, 09:37 AM
VPS accounts from hostsailor.com and kvchosting.net are worth trying.
Their main concern is server stability and reliable with low prices and quality support.

10-23-2018, 04:05 AM
I have been using Hostingsource.com (http://www.Hostingsource.com) since they opened.. I have many sites with them and they have always answered questions. Recovered my data when I have had problems due to my own fault. They have informed me if their were any outages. I have never noticed my sites being down unless it was due to my own folly..