VPS Nigeria

Windows VPS Nigeria

Windows Server 2012R2, 2016, 2019 (64 bit)

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    WS100

    RAM 4GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 2 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v2 @2.10 GHz, 2.10 GHz processor

    100GB Storage (SSD Boost)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    100 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Windows Server 2012R2 (64 bit)

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    USD $19/month
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    WS200

    RAM 8GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 4 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    200GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    200 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Windows Server 2012R2 OR 2016 (64 bit)

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    USD $29/month
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    WS400

    RAM 16GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 6 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    400GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    400 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Windows Server 2012R2 OR 2016 (64 bit)

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    USD $49/month
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    WS800

    RAM 30GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 8 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    800GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    600 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Windows Server 2012R2 OR 2016 (64 bit)

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    USD $79/month
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    WS1600

    RAM 60GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 10 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    1600GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    1 Gbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Windows Server 2012R2 OR 2016 (64 bit)

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    USD $149/month
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Linux VPS Nigeria

Ubuntu, Cent OS, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux

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    LS100

    RAM 4GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 2 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v2 @2.10 GHz, 2.10 GHz processor

    100GB Storage (SSD Boost)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    100 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Ubuntu, Cent OS, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux

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    USD $14/month
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    LS200

    RAM 8GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 4 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    200GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    200 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Ubuntu, Cent OS, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux

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    USD $19/month
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    LS400

    RAM 16GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 6 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    400GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    400 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Ubuntu, Cent OS, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux

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    USD $29/month
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    LS800

    RAM 30GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 8 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    800GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    600 Mbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Ubuntu, Cent OS, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux

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    USD $39/month
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    LS1600

    RAM 60GB (guaranteed)

    CPU 10 Cores

    Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v3, E5-2630v4 or 4114 processor

    1600GB Storage (100% SSD)

    1 IP address included

    Unlimited traffic

    Remote Desktop Access

    1 Gbit/s port

    IPv6 Addresses/64 Network

    DDoS Protection

    No Setup Fees

    Live Support

    Ubuntu, Cent OS, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux

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    USD $69/month
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The Nigerian economy is a mix of private and public ownership and falls in the middle-income grade. The country accounts for the largest population in West Africa and hence the largest economy contribution. Nigeria is a big natural gas and oil reserve making it export of natural reserve a large part of the economic flow. Naturally, petroleum has been the largest industry and with price increases over the period, the growth of Nigeria has been substantial.


Two major factors raised the low-class income country into a middle-income grade. First, the privatization of various state-owned enterprises which comprise of communication (part of the ICT sector), transportation and power liberated the expenditure and investment flow globally into Nigeria and secondly, the economic benefit from the petroleum industry which has helped increase investment in other sectors like manufacturing, government, technology and entertainment.


To see the economy is to understand the effect of pandemic on the country. Since Nigeria’s flow of income is deeply rooted in petroleum trade, one of the worst hit markets in pandemic, the country has taken a historical blow in over 10 years. The global demand for oil trade has been cut down by various countries and thus with no export out of Nigerian oil reserves, the GDP has been wounded.


Nigeria is now dependent on its commodity and services side of the industry to generate revenue and compensate for some of the 6.1% decline in GDP. The World Bank states this as the worst recession of Nigeria in four decades (worse than the recent 2016 recession) and calls for drastic measures to realign with its pre-pandemic growth stats.


To climb out of this recession, Nigeria needs to distribute its economic dependence between multiple industries and one such industry that has taken up people’s attention is the ICT. According to new plans to help Nigeria's economy bounce back, three major developments will be adopted in the country. Introduction of 5G, laying of fibre optic lines and incorporation of virtualmobilenetwork operations are the main attractions and are predicted to reposition ICT sector’s value in the upcoming GDP reports. These major developments will make cloud computing an attractive option for all businesses across the country and strengthen its market value.


Evidently, the Nigerian economy is suffering with one recession after another but with redistributed attention towards multiple industries will help the country create multiple channels of monetary flow in the non-oil department which will pull the growth rate up.


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