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Dean!

Dean!

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Who do you host your website with and how long have you been with them?

I use Hawkhost and have been using them now for about 2 years :)
 
Dean!

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Yeah I know, they're website is awful, but they do some decent deals.
They always seem to suspend accounts for little to no reason and they got tricked into giving access to WHMCS servers, where all the customer info and credit cards were stolen. ;)
 
Jimmy

Jimmy

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Who made you the webhost police? :p I know about all that but at the end of the day they do a job for not that much money :p
 
Beverly

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Byetnet/securesignup is my current host provider, along with Bravenet.com. I got two years of hosting from Bravenet for around $100 which is actually a good deal considering all the extras they provide. And, though I recently had a slight misunderstanding with my current host company Byetnet, that almost got my forum suspended (billing clerical error),I still like their services better as they allow for unlimited bandwidth and traffic and lots of storage as well as script installers for forums/social networks/blogs.
 
ashkan

ashkan

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I have gone to many different hosts in my time. I have tried many of them such as Hostpapa, godaddy, hostgator, hawkhost and many more. I even had my owning hosting company for a year or two. Right now some websites are hosted straight on my own servers that I have at my own home.

I recently gave Site5 hosting a try. I am using their Virtual servers and am very pleased with the overall services. It might be a little costly, but worth the price.
 
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srima

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Hi i use Tucktail.com to host my sites online .I have been using past 2 years.They provide 24/7 customer support .I felt happy with their service.
 
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Zerth

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I use byethost/securesignup. They are pretty cheap if you buy the budget monthly hosting. (good for when you start off). And also they have good and fast support.
 
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SonnyNET64

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I don't really have the money to use paid hosting, so I use the fabulous Nazuka.net hosting. They're great, it's all unlimited, and there are rarely any problems. They are a great company free unlimited hosting and there is a $1 premium option available to all members.

SonnyNET64
 
trentz

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I have been with Fatcow for 2 years now and I'm happy staying with them unlike when I was with some that I've tried. My other site is in hostbig.com Its not a name you might have heard before but I like them somehow. I learned about them when I clicked thier google ads and somehow tried them lol.

Hostbig offers cheaper hosting plan though so you might as well try them.
 

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