VPS Hosting in Nigeria

Web4Africa is a VPS Hosting service provider offering affordable Virtual Server Hosting from datacentres in locations including Nigeria.

Web4Africa offers a wide option of VPS choices.

We offer OpenVZ virtualization option for fast and affordable VPS plans. There is a choice of CentOS, Ubuntu or Debian operating systems. This is available in our Nigeria or South Africa datacentres.

We offer a Managed cPanel VPS Hosting option. Simply order one of the OpenVZ plans and choose cPanel and Server Management options towards the end of your order.

VPS Hosting with Linux or Windows




Per Month
  • 1 CPU Core
  • 1GB RAM
  • 25GB Disk Space
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Per Month
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 3GB RAM
  • 100GB Disk Space
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Per Month
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 4GB RAM
  • 150GB Disk Space
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Per Month
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 8GB RAM
  • 200GB Disk Space
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KVM VPS for Windows VPS

KVM Virtualization is considered as real virtualization. The technology offers stronger control over the virtual server’s kernel to the end users. We offer Windows Server 2012, CentOS, Ubuntu or Debian operation systems. Our KVM VPS plans are available at our Nigeria, South Africa or Ghana datacentres.

Windows VPS Hosting is available on our KVM plans. Windows VPS allow remote applications like forex trading.

  • Reliable Hardware

    We invest in the most reliable enterprise-grade hardware. We make use of SSD for the hypervisor operating system and RAID10 SATA for the virtual servers.

  • Fast Network

    We maintain a fast IP network in Nigeria with direct connectivity to most networks, thus delivering content to end users at a very low latency.

VPS Hosting FAQ

Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting essentially splits a dedicated server into smaller virtual servers. The amount of resources offered and flexibility would depend on the technology deployed.
For OpenVZ, the kernel on the hypervisor server is shared among the virtual servers while the VPS on a KVM hypervisor maintain their own kernels. Thus, OpenVZ tends to be cheaper while KVM offers more security and often-times more reliability. KVM machines also support Windows OS machines while OpenVZ cannot.