Friendship ended with vultr


A few months ago I switch hosting providers from Vultr to Servercheap after someone recommended it in the comments on Luke's video. I compared the pricing and the cheapest plan Servercheap has available comes out to 2.50 a month (if you pay quarterly) for a vps with similar specs to Vultr's $5.00/mo plan. Here's a comparison:

Vultr: 1 cpu thread, 1GB of ram, 25GB of storage, 1TB of bandwidth

Servercheap: 1 cpu thread, 1GB of ram, 30GB of storage, unmetered bandwidth,

Another upside to servercheap I discovered while I was setting everything up is that my server's ip address isn't blacklisted by Micro$oft and (cr)Apple's normie garbage email services that my dumb (I'm joking) friends and their dumb friends use for some reason. I previously tried to get my Vultr server's ip cleared but to no avail, which leads me to believe either a previous owner of that ip address did some serious email spam work or Microsoy and Apple have large parts (if not all) of Vultr's ip range blacklisted. And it's not like the messages only got sent to the spam folder, they straight up wouldn't even send. Brilliant.

Anyway, the only downside I've noticed is Servercheap doesn't offer ipv6 addresses, but I couldn't actually see myself really needing one of those any time soon, so whatever. I'm really glad I found this because it alleviates one of the issues I was having with running a mail server, but I also get to save some money, which is nice since I don't have a job so I rely on the few dollars allowance I get from my parents each week and birthday/Christmas money. I should really just get a wagecuck job soon and stop relying on neetbux to pay for this crap, lol.