It is completely understandable that you would want to know if the chosen product meets your expectations or requirements before making a purchase. The same applies, of course, especially to our virtual servers. The actual performance in this segment varies with each provider and depends on the hardware used, installed software services, and occupancy of the host systems.

And that’s exactly why we make it extremely easy for you: simply test our servers for a full seven days, completely free of charge and without any obligation! To do this, you only need to provide your name and email address on our corresponding test server page – and after a few minutes, your test server will be completely prepared and ready for use!

To accommodate as many interested parties as possible with this trial offer, we allocate a server of your choice as a test server.

–> Click here to go to the order page for our free test server

So, what are you waiting for? You can do everything with the server that you would do with a „regular“ purchased server (within the framework of our terms and conditions). The test servers are created on a regular customer system and are no different from those that can be booked permanently. We don’t deceive you!

After the 7-day trial period, you have the following two options:

  1. Convert the test server into a regular server with just a few clicks. All data and the assigned IP address remain the same, so you can also use the test period as a free time to set up the server. After that, you can upgrade or downgrade the server as you wish.
  2. Simply let the server expire (without cancellation). All server data will be deleted, and you will not incur any obligations.

Sounds good, right? 😉

Please note that our test servers can only be allocated once per customer. Provision is only possible when providing a „real“ email address, as we want to avoid abuse and security vulnerabilities. We explain why we do not accept disposable email addresses in the following FAQ article: Why are disposable emails prohibited?