LONDON, UK – 20 Mar, 2017 – VPS Hosting provider Hosting.co.uk announced a guide to VPS hosting in their recent blog post.
The VPS hosting company based in the UK, is looking to make it affordable and easier for shared hosting web users to upgrade to a VPS hosting plans.
The report on blog post highlights the comparison between 3 types of common website hosting options most blogs and business websites tend to deploy, from shared hosting, VPS hosting to dedicated server hosting.
All three have their pros and cons, with factors such as costs, speed, ease of use and ROI being common for most customers.
Hosting.co.uk main focus is to highlight the cost and ease of use for shared hosting users or new potential customers wanting to move their website to another VPS hosting company.
To help customers decide they are offering existing customers as well new customers to try any of their UK VPS hosting plans for only £1 for the first month.
The monthly trial should allow any business to test out the VPS capabilities, a useful cost effective way to test if your website is experiencing slow responses, and getting complaints from website users about the website not being available.
Hosting.co.uk £1 monthly trial comes with choice of 4 VPS hosting plans, the standard plan consists of 20GB Disk Space, 1 Core CPU, 1GB RAM, 2 IP Addresses and their Premium plan is 50 GB Disk Space, 2 CPU’s Core, 4GB RAM, 4 IP Addresses and both come with unlimited bandwidth, comment from an existing customer said “they appreciated the £1 monthly trial to test the capabilities of the VPS.”
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