Time4VPS was launched in 2012 to offer high-quality and affordable VPS hosting services to individuals. It is a division of Interneto Vizija, and by drawing on its parent company’s 15+ years of experience in the hosting industry, it has become synonymous with scalable, affordable VPS web hosting services backed by enterprise-level technology.
This provider’s Tier III data center is in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, and its website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Time4VPS offers eight Linux VPS plans, eight Windows VPS plans, eight container VPS plans and eight storage VPS plans. With the Linux VPS and Windows VPS plans, you get:
- 1 x 2.6 GHz to 16 x 2.6 GHz CPU
- 2 GB to 64 GB RAM
- 20 GB to 640 GB SATA or SSD storage
- 2 TB to 64 TB bandwidth
- Optional daily/weekly backups
The KVM-based virtualization facilitates the provisioning of a VPS based on independent dedicated resources with server characteristics that are almost like physical servers. OpenVZ virtualization, which can run multiple virtual machines on a single server, uses resources efficiently for better performance.
Free server management tools include an emergency access console, DNS manager, OS installation, hostname management, reverse DNS, and server reboot.
Time4VPS promises 99.95% availability. Since it uses a RAID-enabled storage array that stores your data on multiple disks, you can enjoy improved protection against data loss.
Pricing and Support
Time4VPS’s hosting plans are affordably priced in euros, and you can pay for them by bank transfer, PayPal, WebMoney, or with Bitcoins or Altcoins.
Available billing cycles are monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, annual, and biennial, and you can save 17% by opting for annual billing. Time4VPS also offers a 90% discount for the first month (which gives you a good way to test the hosting plan you want to buy) and a 30-day money-back guarantee (on VPS services excluding one-time fees and licenses).
Time4VPS offers free assistance for control panels like cPanel/WHM and DirectAdmin. For additional support, the customer support team can be reached via live chat, email, a community message board, a ticket system, and an online contact form. I was kept waiting for a while with live chat, and I found the ticket system to be far better to answer my questions in less than ten minutes:
The extensive knowledge base is another good place to learn about the available services. It offers helpful user guides, and it answers common pre-sales questions. There is also a download library, a network status page, and a Looking Glass that lets you run network tests and provides network routing information plus ping latency.