BurstNET is a web hosting and internet solutions company that has its base in Scranton PA, Los Angeles and also in the united kingdom, Manchester. It started in 1991 and has a client base distributed all over the globe in more than one hundred countries. Ten thousand dedicated servers are hosted on its system and also about fifteen thousand virtual private servers offered by BurstNET are reliable for software developers, webmasters and owners of different businesses that may find computing needs useful to them.

The use of these virtual private servers will enable great savings as one does not need hardware resources. BurstNET Linux based VPS are powered by veprotal and openvs and this makes it easy to manage multiple virtual private networks on a physical server. Root access is enabled on BurstNET private server, and this enables the client to have full control of the server by having access to software applications and capability of hosting multiple websites.

The VPS packages are available in different packages depending on consumer needs. VPS package 1 comes with 1000 MHz CPU, 512 MB memory; 20 GB raid configured hard disk, 1000 GB of bandwidth usage per month, two ips’ which are ipv4 and ipv6.VPS package2 has 1500 MHz CPU, 1 GB memory, 50GB raid configured hard disk, 1000 GB bandwidth per month and two ips’ iv4 and ipv6.VPS package 3 has a 20000 MHz CPU, 1.5 GB memory, 100 GB hard disk space and a bandwidth of 200GB per month. Operating systems supported by burst net come in a wide variety and are fedora Linux 1+, centos Linux 3+ and FreeBSD 4+. Support is offered to clients who may have issues with their software and also changes to the operating system can be done once a customer places a request.

BurstNET supports different control panels, which are cPanel, webhost manager, direct admin and plesk. Cpanel offered by BurstNET VPS can operate with both centos and fedora operating systems and has unlimited domains license costing $12.95 per month, a fantastic deluxe add-on for $2.95 per month and softaculous add-on  for 1.50 per month. The direct admin supports centos, debian, ubuntu and fedora operating systems. Unlimited domains cost $7.95 per month and softaculous add-on cost $1.50 per month. Plesk is able to support windows, ubuntu, centos and debian operating systems and has unlimited domains license costing $14.95 a month, 100 domain license costing $9.95 per month, powerpad add on costing $5.95  per month, language pack add-on costing $7.95 per month and softaculous add-on for Linux costing $1.50 per month.

BurstNET VPS Hosting comes with additional features that include extra disk space of 1GB that goes for one dollar per month, classic c IP block, personal SSL certificate, fully managed service that costs $49.95 per month and abnormal support issues that may be caused by the client’s fault that costs $65 per hour. BurstNET through its VPS also offers backup solutions which range from 10GB to 1tb.The 10GB option costs $9.95  set up fee and $4.95 monthly payments;  50 GB costs $9.95 for set up and $9.95 monthly fee; 100 GB costs $9.95  for set and a monthly fee of $14.95. 250 GB costs $9.95 for setup and $34.95 for monthly fee, 1tb costs $9.95 for set up and $139.95 monthly fee. BurstNET has a broad range of services that are suitable for users who have a variety of needs.


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One Response to “BurstNET Review”

  1. Ivaylo Tinchev, CEO of http://www.christian.bg/ says:

    My opinion is to RUN AWAY from this hosting provider as far as you can.

    Recently, we purchased a VPS with a monthly plan. First, they gave us one IP only so we had to by a package of 5 more (they don’t sell less additional IPs) so we can setup our name servers.

    Then in one week we found out they have given us a blacklisted IP. Yahoo! Mail would not remove us from their blacklist in any way for 3-4 weeks after the purchase and after setting all SPF, DKIM, etc. The emails of our customers were bounced by Yahoo! with the reason:

    SMTP error from remote mail server after initial connection:
    host mta6.am0.yahoodns.net []: 421 4.7.1 [TS03] All messages from —.—.—.— will be permanently deferred; Retrying will NOT succeed. See http://postmaster.yahoo.com/421-ts03.html.

    So after trying everything, we requested a main server IP change. The guy on the phone said: “I am new one hear and I have never heard of IP change possibility. I will ask and we will see.” Then quite time followed for a couple of days… No replies to my tickets, no interest in solving our issues at all.

    The truth about the support of this company:

    The typical response time of their support team is about 3 DAYS!? and they don’t care much even if you call by phone after that long period. They just say “we will take care of the issue” and then you don’t hear from them for another 3 days or more. You just don’t hear from them at all – even if you update your ticket. The support chat on their website is there for no reason – the status is always OFF LINE i.e. it is not available and generates tickets only (which are again not responded in a timely manner).

    The first month of hosting with this company was the worst and the most awful thing that has happened to us with a hosting company for the 20 years of experience. So we moved to another povider and we canceled our services ASAP.

    The new povider has a real 24 hour chat support (although we will rarely need it I hope), they do respond a ticket in 35-45 minutes. And their prices are lower. Now that I call a good hosting company.

    BurstNet is not. Run away from them and don’t be fooled with their promotions.

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