Are you still struggling to pay for your VPS? Some VPS providers only support some payment methods, so you can’t pay for your VPS even though you want to. Today we would like to suggest some VPS providers that you can use to buy VPS through PayPal.
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Are you still struggling to pay for your VPS? Some VPS providers only support a few payment methods, so you can’t pay for your VPS even though you want to. Today we would like to suggest some VPS providers that you can use to buy VPS with PayPal. You only need to have a Paypal account for online payment, then you can continue your web hosting plan whether you want to buy Linux VPS or Windows VPS.
By the way, we will also indicate other payment methods, so if you feel that PayPal is still not enough for you, then see if there are other payment methods that you can accept.
1. LightNode from $7.7/mo
Lightnode is a VPS provider that supports buying VPS with Paypal. Besides, you can also buy VPS with a credit card, Google Pay, and Alipay. You can get up to $20 for your first recharge which means you can use the lowest configuration for more than 3 months with one recharge. As a developer, LightNode is a good choice that will provide high-performance server hostings.
– 1 Core, 2GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 1TB traffic — $7.7/mo
– 2 Core, 4GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 1TB traffic — $13.7/mo
– 4 Core, 8GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 2TB traffic — $26.7/mo
– 8 Core, 16GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 2TB traffic — $50.7/mo
– 16 Core, 32GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 3TB traffic — $98.7/mo
– Management access: full root access- Billing methods: Hourly billing- Operating system: CentOS, FreeBSD, Windows, Ubuntu, Rocky Linux, Debian
2. Cloudzy from $9.95/mo
Cloudzy begins with a young entrepreneur and developer looking to start a business matching his talents. They support payment by PayPal, Crypto, and Credit Card. Their customer service is very quick and good. Also, the price is nice. Except for Paypal VPS, they also support perfect money and Bitcoin to get VPS services.
– 2 Core, 2GB RAM, 530GB SSD storage, 3TB traffic — $9.95/mo
– 2 Core, 4GB RAM, 60GB SSD storage, 5TB traffic — $19.95/mo
– 4 Core, 8GB RAM, 140GB SSD storage, 7TB traffic — $69.95/mo
– Billing methods: Monthly billing
– Operating system: CentOS, FreeBSD, AlmaLinux, Ubuntu, Rocky Linux, Debian, Fedora, openSUSE
– 7-day Money-back
3. Navicosoft from $7.99/mo
Navicosoft is a popular VPS hosting provider. You can pay in your preferred method regardless of your location. For instance, you can pay for VPS Linux and Windows VPS using PayPal, Credit Card, Crypto, and Bank Transfer.
– 1 Core, 2GB RAM, 30GB SSD storage, 2TB traffic — $7.99/mo
– 2 Core, 2GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 4TB traffic — $12/mo
– 2 Core, 4GB RAM, 50GB SSD storage, 6TB traffic — $20/mo
– 4 Core, 4GB RAM, 60GB SSD storage, 11TB traffic — $30/mo
– Billing methods: Monthly billing
– Operating system: CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, openSUSE, CloudLinux, Windows
– Support multiple IPs
– PHP5, Perl, and Python scripts are pre-installed
4. OVHcloud from $8/mo
OVHcloud, founded in 1999, is a French company with an international presence and a data centre backbone that spans the globe. As Europe’s leading cloud provider, OVHcloud offers public and private cloud products in 140 countries worldwide. They also provide PayPal to buy their VPS hosting servers.
– 1 Core, 2GB RAM, 40GB SSD storage, Unlimited traffic — $8/mo
– 2 Core, 4GB RAM, 80GB SSD storage, Unlimited traffic — $15/mo
– 4 Core, 8GB RAM, 160GB SSD storage, Unlimited traffic — $31/mo
– 8 Core, 8GB RAM, 160GB SSD storage, Unlimited traffic — $42.32/mo
– Billing methods: Monthly billing
– Operating system: CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux
– Backup options
PayPay is a global payment method that accepts payments from more than 200 countries or regions worldwide and in 25 currencies. Customers have a 180-day dispute resolution period and are not liable for unauthorized transactions. And PayPal not only protects your information, but also protects your interests with buyer protection and return shipping reimbursement services.
When using PayPal VPS, will the IP of our system be Specified?
Do not! When you use a virtual server to make internet payments, the static IP of your PayPal VPS will be revealed and you will remain anonymous. So please feel free to buy VPS with Paypal.
Of course, many manufacturers support a variety of payment methods, such as using a credit card to purchase VPS, using Alipay to pay for VPS, using Perfect money to buy VPS, etc.
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