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20% Recurring Discount - Linux VPS from $4/Month @ QuantumCore

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QUBIT20OFF

Hi all,

Get a recurring 20% discount on any of our QUBIT VPS plans for the life of the service using the following promo code -

QUBIT20OFF

Our base VPS (QUBIT-1) is $5 AUD per month ($4 AUD per month after the promo) and includes the following -

1 vCPU
1GB Memory
30GB NVMe Disk Space
1TB Bandwidth
1 Core 2.70GHz+

Better be quick as there's only 20 coupon uses available for the next 7 days. This offer is available for new and existing clients with a limited use of one time per client.

To see more information and our plans, visit https://quantumcore.com.au/linux-vps

Quantum Core is 100% Australian owned and operated. The team behind Quantum Core have over 20 years of experience in the Web Hosting industry.

Our nodes have a 1Gb link, clock speeds of 2.70GHz+ and use pure NVMe storage.

Quantum Core servers are located in Equinix Data Centres in Sydney.

Our ping/tracert IP is: 103.246.250.3
Looking Glass: https://lg.quantumcore.com.au/

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Comments

  • Will you offer a VPS backup service later? If so, when do you expect to offer it and how much do you plan on charging for it?

    • +1

      Hi mate,

      We're looking into backup solutions for our customers. Unfortunately we don't have an approximate fee for the backup service but when it's closer to being commissioned, we'll let all of our clients know.

      Cheers,
      QC

  • Is there any other "always free" Cloud VM provider available besides Oracle?

  • How does an existing client add this code to their already existing server?

    • Hi Mujaji,

      Unfortunately this promotion is for new services only. If you order a new server under your account then you can apply the promotion code.

      Cheers,
      QC

  • Are the CPU cores shared? Is there a CPU usage limit?

    • +1

      Hi mate,

      You have the ability to use a full CPU core for each vCPU core that you have.

      They are shared cores though but we don't overload our servers so if you require a full CPU core vs vCPU core then you'll probably be able to get it :)

      Cheers,
      QC

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