VMHaus BETA test
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(2017-08-15, 3:10:26 am)elneo2013 Wrote: Their vps works fast as hell. I have a lowendtalk active account and got my vps. Yup, I think the service will go for 2 or 3 weeks, just post the feedback of the service and got free coins or something like that to get more time with them. But in the end it will go as a paid service. Thinking about to get the service for 1 or 2 months for testing purpose if the price is not too high

Pricing looks to match that of VULTR/DO. The 1GB plan is $0.007/hour (~ $5/month).
I have VPS 18 (Hostigation) and 24 (HostDare).
#12
I haven't tried Vultr or Digital Ocean as they ask for cc/paypal and I prefer btc as payment.
Im curious about the hourly pricing. Do the hourly pricing (vultr/do/vmh) works like you only pay for the time(hour) in a month it was online?
I don't use my vps for hosting my mini-blog or any website as I choose it to be hosted on a shared host.
So most of the time, I turned my vps off when not in use.
Please excuse my English as this is not my native language.
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(2017-08-15, 9:06:02 pm)pjay Wrote: Im curious about the hourly pricing. Do the hourly pricing (vultr/do/vmh) works like you only pay for the time(hour) in a month it was online?
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So most of the time, I turned my vps off when not in use.

You pay for the VPS as long as you have it running with the amount being billed per hour instead of per month. However even if you power down the VPS you still pay for it as it still uses some resources like allocated disk space and IP address. Atleast this is so with Vultr/DO.

Not sure how VMHaus handles this but probably similar. In the past I used a German provider (don't remember the name) and they actually didn't bill anything when the server was powered off.
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@Hidden Refuge It would appear as so. Even when you power an instance down, it still consumes resources. (hence the charge)

If you destroy it though, the charges will stop (obviously).
I have VPS 18 (Hostigation) and 24 (HostDare).
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(2017-08-15, 11:13:57 pm)Hidden Refuge Wrote: You pay for the VPS as long as you have it running with the amount being billed per hour instead of per month. However even if you power down the VPS you still pay for it as it still uses some resources like allocated disk space and IP address. Atleast this is so with Vultr/DO.

Not sure how VMHaus handles this but probably similar. In the past I used a German provider (don't remember the name) and they actually didn't bill anything when the server was powered off.

Well they seem to be taking it off the credit they added onto my account by the hour, however I'm not sure if they bill me if the machine is down, since I haven't tried, I just thought it would unless I delete the instance, but I could try since I'm not doing anything with it.
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