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  • davidavi Member

    I had two VPS with them and liked their "Free central backups".

  • @agoldenberg said:
    I know there are a lot of people on here who are not huge fans of ChicagoVPS, but I have to say I had one of the most fantastic sales experiences with ChicagoVPS working with CVPS_Mark on skype.

    It has been a pleasure working with you as well during the sale process, we appreciate your kind words and look forward to doing business with you!


  • MannDudeMannDude Host Rep, Veteran

    MikHo said: CVPS removed direct access to Solus long time ago. You manage your VPS in WHMCS now.

    They still use SolusVM. The customer just manages it from the ModulesGarden WHMCS plugin.

  • good for you. i've been hearing good things about CVPS from some people too.

  • agoldenbergagoldenberg Member, Host Rep

    So here's my update to this thread. I ended up cancelling my services with ChicagoVPS for the following reasons:

    Asked a billing related question. Response took over a week. The answer $50 per 10TB of bandwidth. The server cost is $65 including 10TB so an additional 10 would mean just buy another server.

    I could not in good faith host my shared hosting clients on a box from CVPS as I find the response times from support are dwindling since @CVPS_Mark and @CVPS_Adam have left.

    Overall the service was fine, but if ever you need to raise a ticket, be prepared to wait.

  • I have a yearly plan (12$ 512MB RAM), I don't know how support is because it's online without any problem since I bought it 6 month ago, the only problem is CC blacklisted ip and I solved using mandrill. If next 6 month are the same I will renew this vps.

  • agoldenbergagoldenberg Member, Host Rep

    Yup uptime was not my problem! My problem was their responsiveness. In order to have a production server with a company I need to be able to rely on them when shit hits the fan. I could not do so with CVPS.

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