EntryBytes: We make affordable sexy. Packed with family perks.

seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
edited April 16 in Offers

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If you are looking to kick start your project or looking for a new home for your awesomeness, please take a moment and check what we have to offer. You might find exactly what you were after :)

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Take a BYTE and Ryzen up your hosting experience :)



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  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
    edited April 16

    To ease the pain of breakup, we can quickly become your rebound and hopefully one day, you will find us to be your partner ;)

    We got something for everyone :)

    Checkout our Family Perks :

    • Free webhosting.
    • Free migration assistance for switchers.
    • Free Blesta billing software ($10/month value)
    • Free Directadmin Control panel ($30/month value)
    • Didn't like the way of Directadmin? How about Free APISCP Startup license? ($30/year value)
    • Looking for something more simple? CWPPro might be what you are looking for($12/year saving)
    • Recurring 5% discount on any new future orders for existing family members.

    FAQ :

    • Multiple Locations : NYC Metro, US | Miami, US | Los Angeles, US | London, UK | Naaldwijk, NL| Singapore, SG | Tokyo, JP
    • Looking Glass
    • Don't be dick policy applies
    • Nested Virt Enabled
    • Custom ISO support
    • /64 IPv6
    • Hassle free rDns setup for IPv4 and IPv6
    • Promo Plan not transferable, not eligible for contract buyout/switcher. Only valid for new orders.
    • True 24/7 support. Average ticket resolution time: 1 hour.
    • Accepted Payment Methods:
      • Debit/Credit Card
      • Paypal
      • Ali Pay
      • WeChat Pay
      • OXXO Mexico
      • Boleto Brazil
      • WebMoney
      • India NetBanking
      • Paytm
      • Sofort
      • Bitcoin / BitcoinCash / LiteCoin / Ethereum

    There is never a wrong time to be a part of the Family

    If you are already a member, don't stop growing and thank you for continuing to support us <3 ! We can't really describe, how much we appreciate you.

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  • @seriesn said:
    Take a BYTE and Ryzen up your hosting experience :)

    False advertising. EntryBytes is not Ryzen.

    <img src="http://files.servedez.com/logo/logo-EntryBytes.png" />

    Image URI is missing TLS.
    Hostname is missing AAAA record.
    What can go wrong?

    Bob needs to do 3 push-ups and give away 3 free VPS to make up for these 3 mistakes.

    The end is nigh for Ubuntu 16.04. Providers still offering Ubuntu 16.04 past EOL will be ashamed.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @yoursunny said: False advertising. EntryBytes is not Ryzen.

    Fair fair extra fair. The primary website is Ipv6 ready ;). I validated for the sake of your sunny. https://ipv6-test.com/validate.php

    For each pushup @yoursunny does, he will have to donate it to the next person who posts their order number. Whaddya say? We game?

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  • What's the advantage of replying to the order number? I'm a newcomer.
    Order Number: 6470946712

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  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
    edited April 16

    @Eveaz said:
    What's the advantage of replying to the order number? I'm a newcomer.
    Order Number: 6470946712

    Welcome to the family boss <3. Many thanks

    Unless @yoursunny pays up, no bonus for bumping this time :)
    Just a heart felt thank you from Jay and Bob :)

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    Why is Bob so silent?

    Michael from SmallWeb - Please use official support methods for help.

  • @seriesn said:
    For each pushup @yoursunny does, he will have to donate it to the next person who posts their order number. Whaddya say? We game?

    I double dare Bob.
    If Bob does 3 push-ups and gives away 3 free VPS, I'll do the same.

    The end is nigh for Ubuntu 16.04. Providers still offering Ubuntu 16.04 past EOL will be ashamed.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @yoursunny said:

    @seriesn said:
    For each pushup @yoursunny does, he will have to donate it to the next person who posts their order number. Whaddya say? We game?

    I double dare Bob.
    If Bob does 3 push-ups and gives away 3 free VPS, I'll do the same.

    3 push up, 3 vps, you will do 3 push up and pay for 3 people’s VPS (of the same specs)?

    Deal. I would send a personal video though. No public.

  • @seriesn said:
    3 push up, 3 vps, you will do 3 push up and pay for 3 people’s VPS (of the same specs)?

    3 push-ups.
    3 IPv9-only VPS in Antarctica; winner chooses IPv9 address; same RAM and storage amount (confirmed in YABS).

    I would send a personal video though. No public.

    Content should be public.
    Bob has nowhere to hide.

    The end is nigh for Ubuntu 16.04. Providers still offering Ubuntu 16.04 past EOL will be ashamed.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @yoursunny said:

    @seriesn said:
    3 push up, 3 vps, you will do 3 push up and pay for 3 people’s VPS (of the same specs)?

    3 push-ups.
    3 IPv9-only VPS in Antarctica; winner chooses IPv9 address; same RAM and storage amount (confirmed in YABS).

    Negative sir. Not a fair trade. Come on show some community spirit.

  • edited April 17

    @seriesn said:
    Not a fair trade.

    Antarctica is an exotic location, which compensates for not having IPv4 and IPv6.
    With RAM and storage being equal, and dedicated cores, it can be considered equal spec.

    Come on show some community spirit.

    You'll have to ask @DA_Mark for community spirit, but would he do push-ups with Bob?

    The end is nigh for Ubuntu 16.04. Providers still offering Ubuntu 16.04 past EOL will be ashamed.

  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King

    important to have community $pirit.

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    I bench YABS 24/7/365 unless it's a leap year.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
    edited April 17

    @yoursunny said: Antarctica is an exotic location, which compensates for not having IPv4 and IPv6.
    With RAM and storage being equal, and dedicated cores, it can be considered equal spec.

    Considered equal =! Equal ;)

    I am agreeing to your term of doing public pushup, you simply has to agree to my term of matching plan. Fair trade ;). Community Spirit! Let's do it.

    I will do 10 pushup and 3 VPS giveaway as long as you promise to pickup the tab for 3 additional giveaways, matching exact specs and company ;)..

  • @seriesn said:

    May I ask about the specification of "Special limited stock plans $16/year" ;)

  • @brunuh said:

    @seriesn said:

    May I ask about the specification of "Special limited stock plans $16/year" ;)

    I think it was a 1/10.

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  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @brunuh said:

    @seriesn said:

    May I ask about the specification of "Special limited stock plans $16/year" ;)

    Exactly the half of $30/year plan :)

    RAM: 1 GB
    SSD Storage: 10 GB
    Bandwidth: 500 GB (@1Gbit)
    CPU Core: 1 @2.0+ GHz (Xeon Fair Share)
    IPv4: 1
    IPv6: 1x /64

    :)

  • @seriesn said:
    FAQ :

    * Multiple Locations : NYC Metro, US | Miami, US | Los Angeles, US | London, UK | Naaldwijk, NL| Singapore, SG | Tokyo, JP
    * Looking Glass

    Hello fren. I like entrybytes. But this is a but confusing. Entrybytes only has 1 location at the moment, right? Kind regards.

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  • came here. saw ryzen. saw $16/y AMS. got excited. clicked on it. saw 1c/1GB RAM, still excited. saw 500GB traffic. lost a c and exited. 🤷‍♂️

    @seriesn you're a good guy. still rather spend an hour more or so next time, to make the offer a tad more matching to your new brand instead of just copying everything from the other one. otherwise one could think entrybytes is already the unloved uncle of the family where no one wants to put in effort anymore...

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  • edited April 17

    @seriesn said:
    I am agreeing to your term of doing public pushup, you simply has to agree to my term of matching plan. Fair trade ;). Community Spirit! Let's do it.

    I will do 10 pushup and 3 VPS giveaway as long as you promise to pickup the tab for 3 additional giveaways, matching exact specs and company ;)..

    Matching plan ≠ same company.
    We each creates free VPS in our own provider.

    Bob surely knows how to push buttons so that he sells 6 VPS instantly, although at 50% discount.
    I did not fall for it!

    The real #1 top provider sends free backpack, without trying to sell VPS.


    @Falzo said:
    came here. saw ryzen. saw $16/y AMS. got excited. clicked on it. saw 1c/1GB RAM, still excited. saw 500GB traffic. lost a c and exited. 🤷‍♂️

    It's not Amsterdam.
    It's Naaldwijk in the southwest corner of Netherlands.
    Not much difference in network topology though.

    The end is nigh for Ubuntu 16.04. Providers still offering Ubuntu 16.04 past EOL will be ashamed.

  • @yoursunny said:
    We each creates free VPS in our own provider.

    Then make sure it is an existing provider. Should be a fair game, right?

    The Antarctica IPv9 joke is worn out anyway.

    It's not Amsterdam.
    It's Naaldwijk in the southwest corner of Netherlands.

    Amsterdam-Naaldwijk is about the same distance as Baltimore to DC. Not very much.

    Naaldwijk isn’t the southwest corner of The Netherlands either. It’s 90 kilometers from Naaldwijk to the real southwestern corner of The Netherlands. Which is 1,5 times more than Naaldwijk to Amsterdam.

    As far as network topology matters, Worldstream routes to Frankfurt without passing Amsterdam. Could be a plus depending on your location.

  • edited April 17

    @debaser said:

    @yoursunny said:
    We each creates free VPS in our own provider.

    Then make sure it is an existing provider. Should be a fair game, right?

    My meme provider is as real as EntryBytes in Amsterdam.
    As long as you can YABS and idle, the rest doesn't matter.

    a control panel with two red buttons, labelled "YABS" and "idle"

    The Antarctica IPv9 joke is worn out anyway.

    Stay tuned for next summer.
    Maybe I'll have experimental IPv4, or a new location …


    It's not Amsterdam.
    It's Naaldwijk in the southwest corner of Netherlands.

    Amsterdam-Naaldwijk is about the same distance as Baltimore to DC. Not very much.

    Naaldwijk isn’t the southwest corner of The Netherlands either. It’s 90 kilometers from Naaldwijk to the real southwestern corner of The Netherlands. Which is 1,5 times more than Naaldwijk to Amsterdam.

    I saw the Breeddiep river and thought it's the corner.
    Now I reread the map and realized there are four more islands before Netherlands ends.

    Western Europe has too many countries and it's really confusing.
    I come from East Asia and live in North America; I can count countries with one hand.

    As far as network topology matters, Worldstream routes to Frankfurt without passing Amsterdam. Could be a plus depending on your location.

    I have Munich now, center of western Europe.
    Same RAM and storage as EntryBytes $16, comes with 2TB monthly transfer, and only costs $11.88/year.
    Everything is more expensive in Netherlands and UK.

    I'm building a global network to deliver push-up videos…
    It's costing me a fortune, and the videos aren't generating direct revenue, but I got a backpack 🎒.

    The end is nigh for Ubuntu 16.04. Providers still offering Ubuntu 16.04 past EOL will be ashamed.

  • @yoursunny said:
    I have Munich now, center of western Europe.

    Munich is more like the corner of Western Europe. That is, if you regard Germany as Western Europe and not Central Europe.

    Anyway, Nexusbytes might be a tad more expensive than deal heavy providers, but @seriesn goes out of his way to make sure his nodes aren’t oversold and any client gets the best experience. Unlike most providers that have limited deals that are not limited at all.

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  • edited April 17

    @debaser said:

    @yoursunny said:
    I have Munich now, center of western Europe.

    Munich is more like the corner of Western Europe. That is, if you regard Germany as Western Europe and not Central Europe.

    My mental picture of Europe is like this:

    (as bad as @seriesn 's blue dot)

    Map of Europe is this:

    I thought all of Russia is Europe, and that's why I feel Munich is at the center of Western Europe, but apparently half of Russia is in Asia.

    If I want two nodes for Europe, I probably should cancel both Munich and Warsaw, and get Antwerp and Moscow instead.
    Otherwise, Warsaw is almost exactly at the center of entire Europe.
    In either case, I need measurements to decide what to do with Black Friday arrives.

    Anyway, Nexusbytes might be a tad more expensive than deal heavy providers, but @seriesn goes out of his way to make sure his nodes aren’t oversold and any client gets the best experience. Unlike most providers that have limited deals that are not limited at all.

    ✅ truth.
    In fact, I tell others who has more budget and needs more reliability to use EntryBytes.

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  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
    edited April 17

    @Freek said: Hello fren. I like entrybytes. But this is a but confusing. Entrybytes only has 1 location at the moment, right? Kind regards.

    Good morning good friend. Actually 4 (bout to be five). I should have edited the whole thing. My bad.

    • Entry: Netherlands, Uk coming in a week.
    • Inter: NYC/LA/Miami

    @Falzo said:
    came here. saw ryzen. saw $16/y AMS. got excited. clicked on it. saw 1c/1GB RAM, still excited. saw 500GB traffic. lost a c and exited. 🤷‍♂️

    :( This is the 2nd time you have showed interest and I have disappointed you. The least I can do is make an OG Happy.

    Following limited code in honor of two awesome folks who commented in this thread:

    @seriesn you're a good guy. still rather spend an hour more or so next time, to make the offer a tad more matching to your new brand instead of just copying everything from the other one. otherwise one could think entrybytes is already the unloved uncle of the family where no one wants to put in effort anymore...

    Appreciate it brother <3. Nexus Bytes pricing logic is actually ted bit different than most. We don't put a crazy "high" sticker price and run never ending sales. Find it a bit deceiving and not to mention, not consumer friendly. You signup with a higher price tag, just to turn back and see there's a never ending sales coupon. Or the fear of "I will wait till next promo".

    EntryBytes idea is very similar as well. A brand where the pricing is dirty cheap, without the need for promotion. You come today, the price is affordable. You come tomorrow, it stays the same. You would see other folks using very similar hardware setup and only making those type price happens with aggressive promos. As usual, I find it deceiving and not consumer friendly.

    @debaser said: Nexusbytes might be a tad more expensive than deal heavy providers, but @seriesn goes out of his way to make sure his nodes aren’t oversold and any client gets the best experience.

    DITTO! Would you guys be mad if I say that, we don't want to be labeled as "lowend" provider?

    I seriously hate the whole notion of, "These are cheap plans, don't expect any support response for days and weeks. Don't expect uptime". It is not only gross, it is disgusting. Either you spend a $1 or a $100, you deserve same treatment. Because I needed that money from you, just as much as you needed a stable service from me. End of discussion.
    I run a free hosting service (servedez.com), even there, we handle customer issues and uptimes more seriously than some budget folks (https://status.nexusbytes.com/report/uptime/5842f8a05058333dc7fdab13c973bb4d/)

    What many fails to realize and what we understand is, we are nothing, without you, our end users. We can spend thousands on marketing and gimmicks to attract signups, but what keeps us going and want to improve everyday is the never ending love that our family members, showers us with.

    By keeping an Ok but not OMG GONNA BE A BILLIONAIRE profit margin, we have been able to invest into better infrastructure, quality hardware, more features and freebies, a Team of 5 people (2 US, 2 India and 1 in UK), who could get back to you in a timely manner (usually under 30 minutes in most of the cases ) and resolve your issue fast with courtesy and love. I am a consumer friendly business owner, who wants to treat people, the same way, he wants to be treated.

    The whole "Family" term isn't a marketing gimmick. We call our clients family because, family always comes first and gets treated right. But a broke uncle can't really spread the joy as much as the uncle with little money to spare ;)

    End of the day, I can only joke around and meme, if I have leg to stand on.

    TLDR; the following is being done in the honor of true OG LE folks:

    Following limited code in honor of two awesome folks who commented in this thread:

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
    edited April 17

    @yoursunny said: Matching plan ≠ same company.
    We each creates free VPS in our own provider.

    In this case, I will push my handup and keep my body down, still should count as pushup right?

    @yoursunny said: My meme provider is as real as EntryBytes in Amsterdam.

    But sir, we aren't promoting AMS now, are we ;)

  • @seriesn said:

    @yoursunny said: Matching plan ≠ same company.
    We each creates free VPS in our own provider.

    In this case, I will push my handup and keep my body down, still should count as pushup right?

    It counts, but only if you do it in Old Spice Hand Gym.

    @yoursunny said: My meme provider is as real as EntryBytes in Amsterdam.

    But sir, we aren't promoting AMS now, are we ;)

    For most people:

    • Netherlands means Amsterdam.
    • Asia optimized means China optimized.

    FalzoDebaserRocks

    The next one should be yoursunnySucks for 69% off

    in Singapore and Tokyo.

    Remember to keep the "y" in lower case.
    Upper-casing my name makes me sad.

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  • Hey Boss-man!
    This free webhosting / free Blesta / free Directadmin applies only to NexusBytes offers, or $16/yr Entry is eligible too?

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @bolle said:
    Hey Boss-man!
    This free webhosting / free Blesta / free Directadmin applies only to NexusBytes offers, or $16/yr Entry is eligible too?

    Yes to all 3 boss :).

    You can confirm here just to be safe:

    https://my.nexusbytes.com/knowledgebase/38/Family-Perks---Because-family-matters.html

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  • :o .

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