It is completely reproducible that you want to try out and check if it is the right product for your needs before buying. The same is valid for our virtual servers.

The performance is a variation of much factors; the providers, the installed soft- and hardware but also the occupancy of the host system.

Exactly thats why we want to make it extremely easy for you: Just test our servers easy and non-commital for two full days, without providing any payment details. You only have to lodge your name and email address at our „testserver-site“ and after a few minutes your testserver is already fully prepared and available for you to use.

To supply as much free trial offers as we can, we assign the “Overpower“ package, which is performance-wise in the middle-field of our range.

Click here to go to the page of the free testservers.

So what are you waiting for? You can already do everything you can do on our regular servers as long as it corresponds to the terms of service. We apply the testservers on our usual customer system, so there is no difference between a testserver and a regular purchasable server.

After the testserver is expired we can give you two opportunities:

  1. You can convert your testserver into a regular server within a few clicks. Your data and IP-address will stay the same. So you could also use your testserver as free setup time for your own individual server! You also don’t have to keep this performance package – after you decide to keep and convert the server – you can change the performance to a lower or higher package.
  2. Or you let the server expire itself without doing anything, not even cancel the server! After that, all the data you stored on the server will be wiped and you won’t have any further obligations.

Sounds good, doesn’t it? ✨

Please understand that everyone can only get one free testserver. A deployement is only possible if you give us your “real“ email address because we want to avoid abuse and use of vulnerabilities. Why this is important and why we don’t accept “trashmail-addresses“ you can see in this FAQ article: