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Browsing your website, I learned that you recommend BeeksFX VPS.
I, who am considering opening a real account, write to you to know what the costs are for the VPS.
I think, that the costs depend on the real account balance.
The purchase of three types of VPS (bronze, silver and gold) is offered on the Beeks website at a cost of £ 27, £ 48 and £ 85 per month.
Are these the amounts that I will have to take on or is there an agreement that clears or reduces this expense?
I look forward to your reply.
Greetings, Paolo Folchini

Bronze
2-4 MT4 Platforms
£ 27.00 / month
1300MB RAM
25GB disk space
1 vCPU

Silver
4-5 MT4 Platforms
£ 48.00 / month
2700MB RAM
50GB disk space
2 vCPU

Gold
6-8 MT4 Platforms
£ 85.00 / month
5120MB RAM
75GB disk space
4 vCPU

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15 hours ago, Paolino1973 said:

Browsing your website, I learned that you recommend BeeksFX VPS.
I, who am considering opening a real account, write to you to know what the costs are for the VPS.
I think, that the costs depend on the real account balance.
The purchase of three types of VPS (bronze, silver and gold) is offered on the Beeks website at a cost of £ 27, £ 48 and £ 85 per month.
Are these the amounts that I will have to take on or is there an agreement that clears or reduces this expense?
I look forward to your reply.
Greetings, Paolo Folchini

Bronze
2-4 MT4 Platforms
£ 27.00 / month
1300MB RAM
25GB disk space
1 vCPU

Silver
4-5 MT4 Platforms
£ 48.00 / month
2700MB RAM
50GB disk space
2 vCPU

Gold
6-8 MT4 Platforms
£ 85.00 / month
5120MB RAM
75GB disk space
4 vCPU

Hi, not sure if it's still the case but the Beeks VPN IG provided was free if you maintained an account balance over £5000, otherwise a £50/month charge was applied. A quick call to the helpdesk will clarify.

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