Most companies that offer VPS servers, sell them as unmanaged servers.
Companies focus on providing the customer with a nice solution that is not so expensive, giving support to its customers may not make sense if the customer wants managed support.
If you want managed support, most likely you will need to pay extra for that.
InMotion â€“ Best overall VPS hosting provider.
A2 Hosting â€“ Best value for money.
Bluehost â€“ Best features.
iPage â€“ Best for customer service.
HostGator â€“ Best for reliability.
HostPapa â€“ Best RAM and storage space.
GoDaddy â€“ Best for extra features.
DreamHost â€“ Best bandwidth.
I'm using Linode and OVH. You can choose Site5, BlueHost, GoDaddy, GreenGeeks, SIteGround ...
These are all high quality and prestigious service providers in the world. However, you should learn how to self-manage and use in cloud service providers like Linode, Vultr, Ovh, Ramnode.
I'd recommend bodHOST for best managed VPS services.
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- 24x7Tech Support
- SSD Storage
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Just make sure, whoever you pick, to do your homework. Web hosting is kinda like going on a job interview.. "its all about being at the right place at the right time." just because 50 other people may have bad experiences, doesn't mean you will.