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  • KVM NVMe VPS 2 GB
    • CPU 2 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 2 GB
    • HDD 30GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 9/month
    9/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 4 GB
    • CPU 2 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 4 GB
    • HDD 50GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 14/month
    14/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 8 GB
    • CPU 4 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 8 GB
    • HDD 80GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 30/month
    30/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 12 GB
    • CPU 6 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 12 GB
    • HDD 140GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 60/month
    60/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 16 GB
    • CPU 8 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 16 GB
    • HDD 200GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 88/month
    88/month
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