USA Private RDP

Take full control of your server.

Choose the plan that fits you most.


Basic


  • Intel Xeon
  • CPU vCORE 1
  • 1GB DDR3 RAM
  • 35GB SSD RAID 10 Storage
  • 1Gbps Dedicated Port
  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • Private IP Address
  • Full Admin access
  • Single User Plan
  • Windows 2008/ 2012/ 2016
  • Location- USA

$15.20 Only

Standard


  • Intel Xeon
  • CPU vCORE 2
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 50GB SSD RAID 10 Storage
  • 1Gbps Dedicated Port
  • 2TB Bandwidth
  • Private IP Address
  • Full Admin access
  • Single User Plan
  • Windows 2008/ 2012/ 2016
  • Location- USA

$21.00 Only

Premium


  • Intel Xeon
  • CPU vCORE 3
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • 75GB SSD RAID 10 Storage
  • 1Gbps Dedicated Port
  • 4TB Bandwidth
  • Private IP Address
  • Full Admin access
  • Single User Plan
  • Windows 2008/ 2012/ 2016
  • Location- USA

$32.75 Only

Ultimate


  • Intel Xeon
  • CPU vCORE 4
  • 8GB DDR3 RAM
  • 100GB SSD RAID 10 Storage
  • 1Gbps Dedicated Port
  • 6TB Bandwidth
  • Private IP Address
  • Full Admin access
  • Single User Plan
  • Windows 2008/ 2012/ 2016
  • Location- USA

$58.50 Only

* You can upgrade anytime.

Why our Private RDP, is the best?

We offer most reliable and cheap private rdp.

  • 24/7 Dedicated Support

  • Unlimited Bandwidth

  • Customizable Systems

  • Super-Fast Uplinks

FAQ.

Although we provide basic support for our clients, the VPS's are unmanaged and the client is responsible for their own data.
Are you new to this? No worries, we provide basic support to each one of our clients! Just drop us a ticket and we will help you out.
We are doing our best to have happy clients but if you are unhappy with your host, we provide a full refund within a month of your purchase, just contact us.
You can find what we allow and not on our ToS however to give you an idea, we stricly do not allow any adult/hacking/copyrighted material on our web host.
We do not have access to your data. You are, however, responsible for your backups and the redundancy systems to be put in place to ensure continuity of service even in the event of hardware failure.

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