How To Choose A Good Seedbox Provider?


So finally you might have realized the potential of private trackers and how much better they are in terms of quality torrents. Also, the speeds that you get while downloading them is amazing. You have been using torrents all your life and suddenly you realize that you are no more being allowed to download torrents or someone is watching your ass through your IP address.

They would disable your internet access or you might have been downloading from private trackers only to realize that you have got a warning and your account will be pruned if you don’t maintain the ratio or you can pay up donate for ratio at very high prices?

But do you think all the people in these trackers are really paying such high amounts for downloading,

my friend you are wrong. The reason for all this is you don’t have a seedbox. Unfortunately, it also means your days on that l33t tracker are highly numbered.

The solution? Set up a seedbox.

What is a Seedbox?

A seedbox is a BitTorrent jargon for a dedicated high-speed server used explicitly for torrent transfers more specifically – for uploading (seeding) at high rates. With a seedbox, you’ll be able to manage your torrents through a browser from anywhere, anytime.

I have found the best way to improve your ratio in private trackers is to use seedboxes.

How to select a SeedBox?

Below is some point to keep in mind when choosing a seedbox:

1. Monthly cost:

It is definitely important to check your budget, seedboxes are definitely a recurring investment which can range anywhere from a low 10$ to a high 500$. Also, check how much you have to pay for the donated ratio. Does it make sense to go for donated ratio or managing it from seedboxes? Do the math and you will come up with an optimum number.

2. Space provided:

Very Very Important, mostly the cheaper seedboxes have very less space especially the ones which might tell you for 5$ or 7$ etc. They might even come up with space as low as 10gbs. It’s a definite no-no. You can hardly increase your ratio with such a seedbox. This is the space that your provider provides to keep the downloaded content once you have downloaded from the tracker.

3. Speed:

It is also a very critical aspect of a seedbox. Definitely a higher upload speed is really good but anything around 10-20 Mbs/sec is a good speed. You really don’t need gigabytes speed which will be redundant as there are generally lower numbers of leechers on these websites.

One of the critical parts in terms of speed is that you also have to keep in mind the RAM and processor that is being used in the server. More the RAM the better if you are planning to run the seedbox for multiple trackers.

4. Billing mechanism:

There are lots of scummy companies out there who trick you into a billing lock by some weird mechanism. Please always see to it that the billing mechanism is clean and there is an option to cancel the subscription without the help of support. Payment made through PayPal comes handy in these situations as you can cancel the subscription within PayPal also.

5. Support provided:

If you are new at running seedboxes you will eventually come up with some trouble and maybe need some help. It is definitely helpful if the support team is quick as you will be losing important upload ratios while the problem is getting resolved.

Now you have all the points to keep in mind while looking for a seedbox. We have also created a list of The Top 10 Best Cheap Seedboxes that can help your search for seedboxes easier.

This is one of the cheapest and most reliable seedbox hosts with 99% up-time I am currently using it: Cheap Seedbox.

Hope this article helps you and if you have any questions put it in the comment box.

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