Guys I've tested cloud.net for a few minutes after I decided it would be better to let them know all the bad things they were doing. I've added 10 bucks to my account and started my adventure to try and have a nice provider who resells a Brazilian isp iirc called web plus which at the same time resells syt (. Com.ar). I did some pings to Cloudflare which also has presence at Cabase (where many local isps converge) and as expected their latency was just sick. Sub 1msec. I was sort of impressed. A bad thing is they don't provide Ubuntu templates not even after asking for them. I took the obvious route :CMM. I just started at my ssh and saw speed when it grabs a heavy file which is hosted at github and speed didn't ever passed the 60kb/s. At the same time I've opened another tab and wgeted a local isp with a 100 or 1gb test file and it saturated the 100megs port (which was said by the rep to be of 1gig which I never believed that would take place here, not at such prices). After seeing many glitches :from inserting the coupon code, to being said by support that I may have been downloading a file from a saturated place while the screenshot was a file hosted at github and so on I decided that the best I could do was think a bit. These guys are reselling in a "cloud" fashion something they clearly don't have control of as later on when I challenged the representative asking if he really thought that github was congested he admitted that the hypervisor may be saturated. I stepped down and I'm currently thinking of a way to fiddle with some fancy dns like awss to serve only locals from this pop as it's more than evident that what we call international bandwidth is a piece of crap. I do have to tell I've been using American and European vms for 13+ years and this is my first time locally.