What VPS plan should I choose and will it suit my needs?

An answer to this question is rather hard to give since it mainly depends on the purpose of your VPS. Will you be hosting only one site or hundred of sites, how much traffic will those sites receive, will you be using only one database or hundreds of databases, etc. If you are unsure which plan will suit your needs best (and you don't plan to host high traffic sites), we recommend that you sign up for the smallest plan and if necessary, you can simply upgrade it whenever you want to. 

Note: If you plan to use cPanel, you will need at least 256MB RAM on your plan.
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