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Legacy NetCup offers...

I'm looking to accumulate some legacy (read: low-spec) NetCup plans that are no longer needed by the current owner. The only requirement is that they must be a VPS with an under 15 Euro yearly renewal.

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  • :o just wonder , did netcup ever have that kind of low priced vps ?

  • @qtwrk said:
    :o just wonder , did netcup ever have that kind of low priced vps ?

    Yes, I have a 128MB OpenVZ from them for roughly 3 Euro per year.

  • @Privacy said:

    @qtwrk said:
    :o just wonder , did netcup ever have that kind of low priced vps ?

    Yes, I have a 128MB OpenVZ from them for roughly 3 Euro per year.

    oh jeez , that must be pre-historical ancient one...

  • @qtwrk said:

    @Privacy said:

    @qtwrk said:
    :o just wonder , did netcup ever have that kind of low priced vps ?

    Yes, I have a 128MB OpenVZ from them for roughly 3 Euro per year.

    oh jeez , that must be pre-historical ancient one...

    Roughly 6 years old :) I mostly have it because I like tinkering around and seeing how much I can run on such minimal resources.

  • @Privacy said:
    I'm looking to accumulate some legacy (read: low-spec) NetCup plans that are no longer needed by the current owner. The only requirement is that they must be a VPS with an under 15 Euro yearly renewal.

    I strongly suspect that there aren't many such plans still out in the wild, especially among LET participants, but good luck nonetheless :)

  • MumblyMumbly Member
    edited November 2022

    @Privacy said: I mostly have it because I like tinkering around and seeing how much I can run on such minimal resources.

    @KuJoe have still available some stuff with 96MB and 128MB memory for less than $15
    https://securedragon.net

  • @Mumbly said:

    @Privacy said: I mostly have it because I like tinkering around and seeing how much I can run on such minimal resources.

    @KuJoe have still available some stuff with 96MB and 128MB memory for less than $15
    https://securedragon.net

    I've had services from @KuJoe in the past. However, I'd rather have more bandwidth than 2 CPU cores. Plus, his services are 4x the cost of mine.

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