Web hosting provider AYKsolutions announced on Monday that it has launched unmetered Linux VPS hosting plans in its Chicago data center.
AYKsolutions says the unmetered bandwidth of its Linux VPS hosting plans will help customers grow their websites without being faced with bandwidth overages and additional fees.
According to AYKsolutions, most Linux VPS hosting plans give users a fixed allocation of bandwidth per month. This is problematic for customers if they begin serving content with large file sizes, such as videos, or if the number of visitors to their website increases. Unmetered bandwidth is the latest update to AYKsolutions’ VPS hosting plans since it added burstable RAM allocations in March.
With the objective of constantly upgrading and improving its services, the addition of unmetered bandwidth to AYKsolutions’ Linux VPS hosting plans is a reward loyal customers. With the extra room in budgets that can be gained from not going over bandwidth allocations, customers may be inclined to spend extra money on upgrades or other services.
AYKsolutions claims to be “one of the few VPS hosting providers to offer true 100 Mbps unmetered plans.” Typically, 100 Mbps uplinks offer “unparalled” data transfer speed, which can’t be used to its full capacity when a monthly transfer allowance imposes a data transfer limit.
“Linux VPS hosting provides hardware power close to that of an entry-level dedicated server, without the expense,” Artyom Khmelnitsky, president of AYKsolutions said in a statement. “Our virtual servers deliver features similar to our dedicated server solutions, where we have offered unmetered bandwidth for some time. Now, we are excited to announce the roll-out of brand new, unmetered Linux VPS hosting plans, helping our customers expand their websites and applications, without the risk of expensive fees for bandwidth.”
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