We have started offering Minecraft servers from approximately 7 days, we have achieved a total of 50 statisfied minecraft customers due to the reason that we are the cheapest around, and we do not charge you on how much memory you waste, but charge you on your slots.
You can use as much as RAM and memory as you want, as long as you are following our Terms and Conditions, all of our Minecraft servers purchases come with a free MySQL database that is available upon request (please open a ticket for that).
We have been doing business on the internet since September 2nd 2012, as we have recently added Minecraft as a gameserver that we can provide, your server comes with nothing besides the default settings of Minecraft, so as you have the ability to upload your very own server processor (ie. bukkit, or tekkit) to your very own server.
Our Minecraft servers are hosted in Texas, in the United States of America - in a 8GB RAM, and Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition processor, that has a total of 16GB burstable RAM, with a speed of 32MBPS (upload: 1MB/s, download: 8MB/s), we only allow a minimum of 3 slots server, and a maximum of 64 slots, to give chances for the other customers to enjoy the amazing lag-free features and to avoid any virtual damages.
Bottom of the line, we do not care if you have a 10 slot server, or a 64 slot server, we give you as much as RAM as you want, so we would not mind giving you 1024MB ram on a 10 slot server, or 512MB RAM on a 64 slot server, it's ok! It's all on us.
So are you ready to purchase from Leet Host? Click here to visit our home page and check our pages, as we are one of the best gameserver provider for SA:MP (San Andreas Multiplayer) and we have newly introduced Mincraft to our customers, so bring it on!
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I'm just wondering about a few things here :). First of all I assume you mean "We have been doing business on the internet since september 2nd 2011" hehe. Secondly, I have a question about your hardware: Are multiple servers hosted on the machines? If so, do you believe a 32 Mbit connection will be enough (is it for the entire server or one "minecraft" server)?