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Discussion in 'Hosting Talk & Reviews' started by Brothman, Aug 14, 2018.
Which VPS account (yourlasthost or legionbox) is better to sign up with?
There are literally thousands of hosting services to choose from and you may be tempted to simply go with the least expensive option. But you can't always let price be the deciding factor.
I can also recommend you to widen the range of your search. Such web hosts as QHoster.com and also Cloudarion.com offer really cool vps accounts.
Moreover, they offer 99.99% uptime guarantee, zero packet loss and 100% content delivery to your visitors!
I know exmasters.com and their cheap vps hosting accounts are really great.
I am now paying less money for 3 domains and have lots of room to spare. The techs contact me checking to see if I have any issues just to be on the safe side.
YourLastHost, looks better with online presence and clients reviews online, but we don't have any personal experience with them. You should talk to them via live chat or support ticket to clear your doubts before getting a hosting plan.
Legionbox.com is the third hosting company I have used and is by far and away the best yet.
Overall, I am quite satisfied with the service they provide, as well as the customer service and customer support & team.
Yourlasthost.com hosting plans impressed me with the price first, then I got to know that their features were cool, they also offer nice free bonuses.
I contacted their support via Live Chat, they replied very fast and explained me what hosting solution I should have bought.
Its a tossup, both seem decent from reviews and live chat. Its really personal opinion from this point xD.
Can't recommend them highly enough!
I know hostforweb.com is a good place where you can order cheap vps hosting deals.
It has done a great job at evaluating the competition and narrowing it down to a handful of highly qualified services.
Yourlasthost has good offers for KVM and OpenVZ virtual servers. Did you contact them to check if they meet your requirements?