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This is a list of Mumble Server Hosters, both commercial and non-commercial. If you are a Mumble Hoster and would like to add your information here, please see the instructions on the talk page first.

Name Commercial CVP RPC EU USA UK Asia Aus Comment Commercial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Get a FREE 15 day, 15 user trial - no credit card details required! Free Mumble Status Tool
Exsite Gaming Commercial Yes
Hypernia Hosting Corp. Commercial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes World Wide Coverage, Highend Performance, True 24/7 Support & Instant Setup!
Leetspeak Commercial Yes Yes Australian Servers, instant setup, many features!
MumbleVoice Commercial Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Servers: USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia, Asia Pacific . Inc. Control Panel & Viewer
24H-Hosting Commercial Yes Commercial Yes Servers location: France, Germany and Poland. Both Yes Russian Servers
Mumbled Non-Commercial Yes
Mumbling Commercial Yes Commercial Yes Yes Yes European Servers, Control Panel, Instant Setup, Channel Viewer Commercial Yes Yes Yes Inc. Control Panel Non-Commercial Yes Yes incl. Control panel, viewer, support - location: Germany - absolutely reliable
Mumble-Tower Commercial Yes Available in German & English Commercial Yes Servers: Europe, Germany
Vision-Hosting Commercial Yes Commercial Yes Inclusive Mumb1e Admin Plugin
UWOS Commercial Yes Yes Europe, france servers, 0.1 € / slots, viewer, control panel, customizable
Command Channel Commercial Yes Yes
Midnight Gaming Commercial Yes Web Panel, $.01 Servers
MMO-Mumble Commercial REST Yes Yes Control Panel, website widget, API
MumbleBoxes Commercial Yes REST Yes Yes Yes Free trial, website widget, control panel, and 5 locations.
OSCMSS Commercial Yes
Sabrienix/MumbleDog Commercial Yes XML Yes
Voice Command Center Commercial Yes Yes Yes Control Panel, Instant Setup, 6 Locations.

Commercial designates whether a provider charges for the service or not.

CVP indicates that a provider supports the Channel Viewer Protocol, which allows easy setup of a web based tree view of your server on your site.

RPC indicates that a provider allows access to control the server in some fashion. Shell-style hosts may allow you to configure an Ice endpoint for your own use, while virtual-hosted providers may simply provide a wrapper layer over it using REST, XML, or Telnet.