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  Post #1 (permalink)   11-12-2003, 07:39 PM
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We just recently began offering virtual dedicated servers and I am extending an offer for the following packages:


Business VDS: $40.00/month
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Disk Space: 5GB [includes OS load]
RAM: 256MB
OS: Any flavor of Linux, FreeBSD
Transfer: 250GB/month
Control: http://www.webmin.com
Installed Software: To your specifications


Business VDS: $70.00/month
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Disk Space: 10GB [includes OS load]
RAM: 512MB
OS: Any flavor of Linux, FreeBSD
Transfer: 500GB/month
Control: http://www.webmin.com
Installed Software: To your specifications



Both plans include:
Managed E-Mail Accounts
Virtual Private Nameservers
Unique/Dedicated IP Address
Managed Domain Name Services (DNS)
Unlimited E-Mail Aliases/Forwarders per Domain
Anti-Spam Filters, Virus Scanning



WEB SITE:
http://www.webworkzcentral.com/inde...dicated_servers




HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS:
4 VPS per server.
Dual P3 1.7 Ghz
1.5GB RAM
5 x 12GB SCSI [array, RAID]



BANDWIDTH TEST:
Here is a 13MB file to run a speed test off of:

http://webworkznetwork.com/speedtest.tar.gz

It's a copy of MySQL.





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Wrong forum buddy. Moved.
 
 
 


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webworkz: I saw your offer on WHT as well. I'm curious: with this plan, is one able to sell small reseller plans as long as they are within the alloted space and b/w limit? The reason I ask is because I currently have a resller account I use to host my web design clients. I don't promote web hosting on its own. I probably will not use all of the space and b/w and I might give a reseller account or two to a couple of friends to help me pay for it. (Although your offering does seem to be quite a bit lower than other VPS/VDS offerings I've seen). In any case, good luck!

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Wrong forum buddy. Moved.

Caught it before you did [WHT PM]. :stickout:
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webworkz: I saw your offer on WHT as well. I'm curious: with this plan, is one able to sell small reseller plans as long as they are within the alloted space and b/w limit? The reason I ask is because I currently have a resller account I use to host my web design clients. I don't promote web hosting on its own. I probably will not use all of the space and b/w and I might give a reseller account or two to a couple of friends to help me pay for it. (Although your offering does seem to be quite a bit lower than other VPS/VDS offerings I've seen). In any case, good luck!

Thanks,
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Haider,
Yes, you can resell the space as you see fit and a control panel is provided for adding DNS and mail entries, should you choose to use our managed services [included free of charge].



EDIT: We picked up 9 Dell servers, free of charge, from a colleague's brother [went out of business]. With no hardware costs, we can get away with much cheaper prices, until we run out, of course. The churn on these will let us keep the prices down for some time, but the Virtuozzo licenses we're looking to purchase will obviously make it go up. So, the price isn't static ... consider it a "free stuff for us, cheaper prices for you" offer.
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