30% off Tokyo KVM VPS - NVMe, AntiDDoS

MikeAMikeA Hosting ProviderOG

Hi all,

I am here to share a short discount (15 uses maximum) for VPS in Tokyo.

30% off recurring any Tokyo, Japan VPS:
LESTOKYO30

Order:
https://extravm.com/billing/store/kvm-nvme-vps-tokyo-japan-ddos-protected

This brings the 2GB RAM VPS to $7/m and 1GB RAM to $4.55/m.

$7/m
2GB DDR4 RAM
2 Cores E-2388G CPU
RAID NVMe SSD Space
10TB Bandwidth (Throttle after limit)
10Gbps ↓ 1Gbps ↑
1 IPv4, 1 IPv6
DDoS Protection
VirtFusion Control Panel
Included Backups
Tokyo, Japan

Plans range from 1GB RAM up to 32GB RAM.

Test IPv4 - 103.214.71.2
Test IPv6 - 2607:fdc0:301:4::1:a
Network - Teraswitch

You will have access to our Virtfusion control panel to manage your servers, check it out.
https://extravm.com/billing/knowledgebase/149/VPS-Manager-Screenshots.html

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Comments

  • do you give disk space?

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  • MikeAMikeA Hosting ProviderOG

    @tenpera said:
    do you give disk space?

    If you mean adding extra space to plans by itself no, the plans can't be customized.

  • How to use the promo code? I didn't see the usual promo input in your checkout page.

  • Need US offer

  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King

    @tenpera said:
    do you give disk space?

    lol

    I bench YABS 24/7/365 unless it's a leap year.

  • MikeAMikeA Hosting ProviderOG

    @cybertech said:

    @tenpera said:
    do you give disk space?

    lol

    I just noticed I left out the space in the post 🤣

  • MikeAMikeA Hosting ProviderOG

    @TYTY said:
    How to use the promo code? I didn't see the usual promo input in your checkout page.

    Weird, I see that there is a problem. Someone used the code so I'm not sure what's wrong. I'm looking into it.

  • MikeAMikeA Hosting ProviderOG

    @TYTY The promo field is there now, sorry :(

  • It just says "The promotion code entered has already been used"

  • Oh, I'm late, the promo code is no longer valid, want more.

  • The bandwidth is soooo generous. I didn't know it was even unmetered before.

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer
    edited November 23

    @MikeA

    Disk space I suppose will be what it says on order form? (OP still does not mention the space for each plan)

    2GB RAM Plan - 30GB NVMe SSD Space

    1 GB RAM Plan - 12GB NVMe SSD Space

    @nick_ said:
    The bandwidth is soooo generous. I didn't know it was even unmetered before.

    You might want to check the link: https://extravm.com/billing/knowledgebase/129/VPS-Bandwidth-Overage-or-Policy.html

    MikeA can confirm whether it applies to BF offer or not.

    Tokyo, Japan - As of November 10, 2022, new plans are limited to 5TB, 10TB, and 20TB bandwidth instead of unmetered due to large scale abuse of our terms. More bandwidth can be added for free for legitimate use cases.

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  • MikeAMikeA Hosting ProviderOG
    edited November 23

    @vyas said:

    @nick_ said:
    The bandwidth is soooo generous. I didn't know it was even unmetered before.

    You might want to check the link: https://extravm.com/billing/knowledgebase/129/VPS-Bandwidth-Overage-or-Policy.html

    MikeA can confirm whether it applies to BF offer or not.

    Tokyo, Japan - As of November 10, 2022, new plans are limited to 5TB, 10TB, and 20TB bandwidth instead of unmetered due to large scale abuse of our terms. More bandwidth can be added for free for legitimate use cases.

    Any promotions won't make any difference. It was unmetered for a while, but I've found offering unmetered in Asia region isn't possible solely due to the extremely huge about of abuse (in terms of wasting bandwidth through proxies/tunnels, people only ordering the smallest plan and expecting to push >1Gbps 24/7, terms of service abuse reasons, people complaining about not being able to get 10Gbps to china, etc.) Having the 5-20TB bandwidth limit will prevent all of the concerns for me.

    But as it mentions there if there's a legitimate use case and you hit 90% of your bandwidth allocation just open a ticket and I'll add more if the use case if explained.

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