OVH VPS Offer: 50% off VPS SSD range in Australia and Singapore datacenters

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OVH VPS Offer: 50% off VPS SSD range in Australia and Singapore datacenters
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Join OVH in celebrating 1-year of service in the Asia-Pacific region, with this 50% discount on the entire VPS SSD range hosted in Australia and Singapore datacenters. This offer is available worldwide; just pick Sydney or Singapore for your VPS location and the discount will be applied automatically.

The Deal:

  • 50% off VPS SSD range on a 12-month commitment
  • Offer expires on the 30th April 2018 (or when stock is sold out)
  • Discount is applied at step 2 of the checkout process
  • Offer is available in OVH Sydney and Singapore datacenters only

Example VPS SSD configuration: APAC 1

  • $2.50/month
  • $30/year
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1x vCPU core
  • 30GB SSD HDD space
  • 1TB transfer
  • 100Mbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4 (up to 16 additional)
  • 1x IPv6 (up to 128 additional)
  • KVM (Qemu) – OpenStack Infrastructure
  • Order link (

VPS Range Specifications:

  • 1 x IPv4 included (buy additional IPs for a small fee. Limited to 256 max.)
  • 1 x IPv6 included (buy additional IPs for a small fee. No limit on IPv6)
  • Debian, Ubuntu, and all major distributions available(
  • KVM (Qemu) – OpenStack infrastructure
  • Prepackaged CMS when you install Debian (Joomla, Drupal, WordPress)
  • Technical knowledge is recommended as this is an unmanaged service

The Benefits:

  • Powerful and simplified control panel
  • All inclusive-pricing and monthly automatic billing with no strings attached (no setup fees nor lock-in contracts)
  • Local technical support team
  • All OVH servers are protected by powerful anti-DDos technology which absorbs attacks and ensures that your services are always available. (13 Tbps Global network)

Why buy a VPS?

  • A powerful and affordable upgrade from shared hosting
  • Set up a versatile sandbox
  • Run your own Cloud-storage (e.g. ownCloud)
  • Run your own analytics platform (e.g. Matomo)
  • Manage a personal VPN
  • Set up a development and testing server
  • Run your own VOIP server


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