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[EU:TR] Lifetime KVM offer, SolusVM, 384MB RAM @ $5.95/m
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[EU:TR] Lifetime KVM offer, SolusVM, 384MB RAM @ $5.95/m

marinatedmarinated Member
edited April 2012 in Offers

At we aim to provide hosting in "exotic" locations for a international community. We maybe newly baked but will do our best to provide perhaps more "unusual" service locations to a reasonable price. Because we are new we promise a 3days money back guarantee.

We allow torrenting and warez-linking but expect customers to comply with DMCA requests (for individual links), see ToS for more.

----WHT SPECIAL (i know)----
Harddisk: 15GB
Memory: 384MB RAM
CPU: 1 Core
IP: 1IPv4 (no native IPv6 sorry, though we can help setup IPv6 tunnels if need be)
Bandwidth: 200GB/m
>Order link!<
There will only be 10 of these sold at most.

More plans available at our site.

Ping: (TR)
Test file: (pm me for test file)
Payment: We accept LibertyReserve and PayPal, with plans to add BitCoin support.


  • Is your network stuck behind the turkish firewall (Aka the Censorship firewall)? or is it open access?

  • Nah, they all seem to work fine. I tested YouPorn, RichardDawkins, Rapidshare and Fileshare.

  • flyfly Member


  • Just going by what I found across the web in regards to the firewall :P

  • bretonbreton Member
    edited April 2012


    That's not in the EU!

  • Turkey is almost part of EU!

  • Where in Turkey is your datacenter located?

  • It's in Ankara (I know you know cause of the support ticket, just for future reference in case anyone is wondering the same)

  • Signed up. Will give reports shortly :)

  • And Ankara is not in Europe at all. But otherwise it is nice to see such offer.

  • True enough, still, Turkey is seeking EU membership, and they abide by much of EU regulation (although perhaps limited resources put into enforcing them).

  • vedranvedran Veteran

    Apparently dead

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