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7 Responses

  1. nobin says:

    How come E2E Networks is not on this list? They are best hosting company in India

  2. Alfonso says:

    Stay away from Linode. The’ll leave you out in the cold when *they* have issues. Short advance notice forced reboots several times on 2015, huge DDoS on Xmas left customers off the net.
    I manage a big SaaS site, I sailed to Google just because of them.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Alfonso,

      I totally agree with you, yes there were lots of DDoS attacks last year on Linode London infrastructure and several reboots occurred without any prior notices, but trust me I was with Linode since last 3 years and I can must say one of the best hosting provider on the web with good quick support…..even my all applications are hosted on Linode without any issues, yes there were some issues last year but after that no any further issues so far…

  3. Yoander says:

    Some time ago I looked for a good, cheap and reliable web hosting and I found it: http://www.ifastnet.com they have an option of $17.99/year and all its infraestructure is over SSD

  4. David says:

    How come Digital Ocean is not on this list?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @David,

      Sorry we forgot to include, thanks for notifying us, we will include the Digital Ocean to the list…

    • Linux says:

      Maybe they were not providing a commission modified link, so they excluded like services. Pretty simple buddy.

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