Francisco, from BuyVM, is restocking the popular KVM storage VPS with 7.25TB worth of disk space tonight. I should also point out that Francisco also bring down the price of the smallest package by $0.5 to offer it to LEB community. All other plans including the famous yearly plans will also be restocked tonight.
|BuyVM KVM 250GB Storage VPS
Storage plans are not offered in New York at the moment but they have plans to add 120TB of backup VPS space by the end of January 2013 which hints that there may be a node in New York as well. I also want to point out that out of all backup plans that we see now from other providers, none of them offer KVM.
Users get 10x their total space as bandwidth allocation, previously different plans were capped at different port speeds. Additional bandwidth is also available as an add-on. Move information on stock quantity location-wise can be seen in this sleak website DoesBuyVMhaveStock.com.
Since 2010 BuyVM have been regularly featured on LowEndBox and have came top three in every top providers poll. They were the first provider to offer a vps at the $15 year price point and have kept innovating: they’re currently building their own control panel (Stallion), they were the first provider to launch SSD Cached nodes and offer filtered DDoS protected IP addresses. IPV6 is currently provided over a BGP tunnel since their upstream provider, ColoCrossing, can’t deliver native IPV6 at present. Once they do have it launched, BuyVM will switch and become truly native.
Paypal and credit cards are both accepted and starting new year they will be introducing Google Wallet as well. You can read their Terms of Service and Acceptable Usage Policy by clicking here. You may also want to have a look at this ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ page, which answers the most common questions.
Servers are located with ColoCrossing in Buffalo, New York. BuyVM operate their own network and have their own IPv4 space.
Test Files: http://speedtest.ny.buyvm.net
Test IPv4: 188.8.131.52
Test IPv6: 2605:6400:1:fed5::1
Servers localted in San Jose are hosted with EgiHosting and they are moving it to Fiberhub soon. With this move, they have also planned to upgrade the memory chips and CPUs of some of their nodes
Test Files: http://speedtest.sj.buyvm.net/
Test IPv4: 184.108.40.206
Test IPv6: 2607:f358:1:fed5:feed:face:dead:beef