Hi. We are currently using hostvirtual for our VPS server. What originally attracted me to them is that they had small VPS plans starting around $6.00/month that I could run FreeBSD on. I am paying about $10/mo now because I increased it once to better support running some Drupal sites. Now, over 2 years later, they have dropped all their smaller plans. Now, when I look on their site, the smallest plan I see is $80/mo. Just last week, the smallest was $60/mo. Their minimum server size is jumping in leaps and bounds. After us committing to their service, they seem to be completely moving out of the small VPS market. I contacted them and they said the server size I have was just a promo and I cannot get another one. The smallest I can get is $20/mo, and I can get that only because I am grandfathered in as an existing customer, but that is still way higher priced than our existing server. And, at this point, I have my doubts about how long even that option will be open.
So now I cannot even create a new server so that I can upgrade our old, no longer supported, version of FreeBSD without our price jumping way up for a larger server than we need at this time.
From my research so far, I have high hopes for vultr.
So, my question is, are there any assurances that vultr intends to continue to address the small VPS market? I hate to spend a lot of time researching services, setting up, and doing systems administration, only to have the rug pulled out from under me and having to start all over again after committing to a service.