Which of this shared server hosting are the best?

Discussion in 'Hosting Advice' started by suaykepier, May 4, 2015.

  1. I'm beginning in the world of server hosting and I'm doubtful which of this shared server hosting are the best or more convenient.
    I'm looking for a good hosting that can support between 50-100 players And my budget is 10-15$
    This are the hostcompanys that I have found in forums.
    https://www.bisecthosting.com/selector.php
    https://www.easyware-hosting.ch/en/product-category/server-minecraft/
    https://www.minespan.com/plans/
    https://shockbyte.com/billing/cart.php?gid=1&currency=1
    https://www.hosthorde.com/clients/cart.php

    which of these do you guys recommend me?
    of course you can recommend me an other server hosting that is not in these list.

    thank you in advance

    (Sorry for my english, I'm an spanish boy and my english is not so good)
     
  2. joehot200

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    My personal opinion is that none of them are great.

    If I had to choose one, I'd go for Shockbyte. I've heard good things about them.

    If I couldn't go for Shockbyte, then I would choose HostHorde. They're slow, I wouldn't recommend them for anything over 20 players, but they're at least a big company and they're fairly stable.

    If you have the money, I suggest you got a Kimsufi dedicated server.
     
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  3. Sorry for the ignorance but, what is a Kimsufi dedicated server? A company? if it is, can you give me the site?
     
  4. ShockByte is the best, the rest all use OVH. OVH may be decent, but it's not good for shared reselling.

    If I may, I would recommend http://Minerack.org
    Google it.
     
    #4 MineOrity, Jun 5, 2015
    Last edited: Jun 5, 2015
  5. Is there such thing as a negative vouch?
    # HostHorde's customer service isn't sufficient for any standard.
    # They overload their nodes.
    # Their products aren't as described, and cover themselves under their contract
    # They get DDoS'd easy as pie
    # You almost never have access to your control panel because they're offline and cloudflare is taking over


    Op:
    You aren't going to get a decent server for $15 that can host 100 players. I'd advise you to stay away from minecraft hosts, and get a VPS, such as a ramnode vps. If I was you I'd take in mind one rule when buying, which is "the ram is a lie". Ram is nothing but a lie built up from minecraft hosting providers trying to scam users. The truth is, 2gbs is sufficient to run 80 + players, not these fancy 7GB OF RAM BUY NOW OFFERS.
     
  6. I think ShockByte. I have been with that host and it very good. Not very fast support though. You got to contact them if you want custom jar
     
  7. Ok. I will check it out :D
     
  8. ...why is it so bad?