5Jelly is now offering an absolutely FREE VPS with no credit card required. This service is also brought to you by 3Jelly, a free webhost provider. The specs for the vps is as follow:
2.4 Ghz Processor
Linux or Windows
Ipxcore is currently offering a $1/month openVZ VPS, so I went ahead and tried it. So far so good I am really satisfied with their service for a really cheap price.
GreenQloud is offering a 7 day FREE VPS Trial with instant activation. I’ve been seeing their banner ads almost everyday and it seems like it’s a good and well managed company.
Here’s a really good catchy Free VPS from NoCost. Yeah it’s a no cost from NoCost. VPS is at nano size but who am I to complain. It’s FREE!
Comfort VPS is giving you 3 ways to enjoy a free trial VPS for up to 30 days. No credit card needed, but some of the offers come with a catch.
With all the companies offering VPS solutions ranging from budget to premium services, was there a time that you asked yourself if it’s time to upgrade and scale up your web projects with a VPS? I’ve read this question a thousand times on forums, social networks and all other places. It is really a tough question since a VPS is much expensive than the regular Shared hosting account.
So let’s breakdown some questions you can further ask yourself to come up with decision.
I received an email today about a restock on 123Systems Solutions Linux-256 and other discounts they are currently running.
StandingCloud is offering a test drive for their web applications which entitles you to receive a free vps trial for 1 day. With instant activation and no credit card requirement.
Sublime IP is offering a 5 day free trial vps with the same experience you can get with the paid account. This means you can deploy a single medium size server or several small servers from this vps trial.
VPS.net is offering a very generous 30 days vps trial for free. With no coupon codes or even credit card needed. This is the best promotion this company has to offer to test their new cloud servers. Better grab this opportunity while the offer is still on the table.