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    Stable server provider ... what should I do?

    Well-balanced servers from legionbox.com and hostsailor.com are attractive for me and I am in two minds which way is better to go and why?

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    Pretty good dedicated servers are here:
    https://neironvps.com/dedicated-servers.html
    Also sometimes you do not need to have the whole dedicated server and in this case starting with VPS is something what would work really nice for you in this case.
    Check https://rockhoster.com/linux-vps/

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    I'd draw your attention to servers from decent hosting providers: hostingsource.com and datapacket.net.
    Great features overall hosting features. Different web-hosting plans to cater for different budgets. Positive and quick support response.

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    https://regvps.com/dedicated-servers/
    They have good pricing for the servers which are based on Intel.
    I think it is very good deal to start with.

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