In the COVID19 era, we are seeing a major increase in the needs for IT services. This means that the cost for IT is going up during these economical difficult times. To help out you, your customers and the world’s economy, we have increased the data transfer limit to 50 TB per Virtual Private Server. Depending on your current plan, this means that you have up to 25 times the original data transfer limit.

Conditions

  • Starting 10/04/2020 (today), we calculate with 50 TB limits.
  • The 50 TB traffic limit runs until 30 June 2020. We will review before that time if we will extend this.
  • Abuse is not tolerated. We can take action to monitor and guarantee the network stability.
  • Do you expect to have peak moments with high amounts of traffic? Contact us to guarantee the stability of these data transfers.

FAQ

Q: I have a VPS but I’m not seeing the new data transfer limit. When can I expect to see this?
A: Upgrading the data transfer limit requires a lot of effort. We rather spend this on supporting you. Instead, we guarantee that we include 50 TB of data transfer with your VPS with no additional cost.

Q: Can I use 50 TB data transfer on every server individually?
A: Yes. Every Virtual Private Server has 50 TB of data transfer. If you have two Virtual Private Servers, you have 100 TB data transfer in total (50 TB per Virtual Private Server).

Q: I need more data transfer. What should I do?
A: Contact us. We are happy into looking how we can help you out.

Q: Can I join you  for coffee or tea?
A: Unfortunately, no. But thank you for your interest!

Q: What will happen when the offer has ended?
A: You will have the regular amount of data transfer included in your plan.

Virtual Private Server (VPS) plans

Start small and upgrade when needed to a bigger plan.

M1

395Monthly
  • 1 core
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 20 GB disk space
  • Normally 4 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M2

795Monthly
  • 1 core
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 40 GB disk space
  • Normally 6 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M4

1495Monthly
  • 2 cores
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 60 GB disk space
  • Normally 8 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M8

2495Monthly
  • 4 cores
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 90 GB disk space
  • Normally 8 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M16

4495Monthly
  • 8 cores
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 120 GB disk space
  • Normally 10 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M32

7995Monthly
  • 12 cores
  • 32 GB RAM
  • 180 GB disk space
  • Normally 10 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M64

14995Monthly
  • 16 cores
  • 64 GB RAM
  • 240 GB disk space
  • Normally 15 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6

M128

29995Monthly
  • 20 cores
  • 128 GB RAM
  • 300 GB disk space
  • Normally 20 TB traffic
  • Now 50 TB traffic!*
  • 1 IPv4 and /64 IPv6