Hoppy provides a unique public IPv4 and IPv6 address to each of your devices, allowing connectivity without limitations. If you are behind a restrictive ISP, constantly on the move, or self-hosting services, Hoppy is for you. All major platforms are supported.
A bit pricey and I haven’t tried it myself, but it seems like a good option for self-hosting on overly-restrictive ISPs.
$8/m seems really pricey for what’s effectively a Wireguard VPN. With a cheap VPS one could easily get the same for half the price.
Indeed and their FAQ also addresses that. Also note that “cheap VPN” often come with traffic caveats in their ToS that make them of limited use for a self-hosted VPN service. But I agree it is a bit pricey.
Right, the fact they handle/mitigate failures on BGP level is indeed a nice feature that is not easily reproducible with most vServers. Thanks for pointing that out.