Micro plans share the same public IP so you will only have access to a random port range, if you would like certain ports to be available to you, please tell me before ordering and I'll check if they're available. Micro plans also share the same CPU Cores. You have no dedicated CPU time on those plans, so if half of the other clients decide to run an expensive script at 3pm, you will notice a slowdown at 3pm. That being said, at this point in time, even those plans are faster than what other providers offer on their completely oversold servers.
|Micro XS||Micro S||Micro M||Micro L|
|RAM||128 MB||256 MB||512 MB||768 MB|
|SSD||4 GB||6 GB||8 GB||10 GB|
Basic plans are where things get interesting: You get dedicated CPU Cores and your very own IP address! Enjoy.
|Basic S||Basic M||Basic L|
|RAM||1 GB||2 GB||3 GB|
|SSD||10 GB||15 GB||20 GB|
Do you really need this kind of power?
|Pro S||Pro M|
|RAM||4 GB||8 GB|
|SSD||30 GB||60 GB|
|CPU||per core||$2.25||shared CPU core is free|
|RAM||per 128 MB||$0.80|
|SSD||per 1 GB||$0.20|
|IPs||0-1||$0 - $3||shared IP through NAT is free|
My Homeserver can provide some NAT hosting too, with a GPU and TB's of HDD storage. Ask me about it :)