WholeSaleInternet was founded in 1999 in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A. Since then, they have grown to become the premier dedicated server providers in the region. Their promise is to provide affordable and reliable services to their customers.
Features and Ease of Use
The servers offered by WholeSaleInternet are housed in their own data center. A lot of work goes on behind the scenes to ensure the servers perform well and consistently. These servers are powered by triple redundant power systems while the network is fully redundant as well. Their preconfigured servers are ready for immediate deployment and you can expect your servers to be in full working condition in no time.
You can opt for all kinds of processors from Intel Atom to i7, and from AMD248 to AMD Opteron processor. Their infrastructure features both the SSD hard drives and SATA hard drives. Based on your needs, you can select the right one but there is no doubt that SSD hard drives perform much better than SATA, especially in applications where you need to access fast-changing data.
Pricing and Support
When selecting the packages, all you have to do is look for your desired specs in the table listed on their website and choose the package that best suits you. They offer both the Intel and AMD CPUs with anywhere from 2GB to 256 GB of RAM. Both the SSD and SATA hard drives can be opted for. In a similar way, you can choose the desired monthly transfer and usable Ipv4 Addresses. The packages are quite affordable but what makes them more user-friendly is that you have a wide variety to choose from and can easily pick a package that fulfills your exact requirements.
They can be contacted by email or telephone. To submit a ticket, you have to be their customer. Keep in mind that no technical support is provided over the telephone, so email and support ticket are your best options. They don’t have any live chat, which nearly every service provider has these days. Their Facebook and Google pages aren’t that active either. Overall, their support service gives a bad first impression.