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[web] Web Hosting, e3?

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I'm looking around for some webhosting, and stumbled across e3servers. I'm going to need a lot of disk space and a fair amount of bandwidth, so one of the reseller acounts they have would suit my needs nicely. I had a quick look around for reviews, and found a few reasonable ones and some good ones, and the feedback on thier forums looks quite good. Does anyone here have any experience with this company? Alternatively, does anyone know of any similar hosting packages (2GB, 25GB/Month transfer, PHP/MySQL support) that are reliable? Thanks in advance.

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http://www.lunarpages.com/ have a good reputation

You can find everything on webhosting on:
webhostingtalk.com

But don't believe new people who promise the moon for peanuts (like unlimited bandwidth).

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http://www.manufracture.com/

These guys are great! I know one of the owners personal, so I might be a little biest. They have great prices, 99.9% uptime, and almost 24/7 tech support (with the server admin them selves, your not talking to some one that will talk to the server admins.)

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I've been using GoDaddy for TheDudesOnline and it's been really good. They have REALLY good tech support (i was amazed that they actually knew something and could help me. They even switched my hosting for free so that i could do certain things). The only downtime i've ever experienced at all was once, and it was only down for like 5 minutes for the months i've had it.

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Since it's bandwidth and space you need, there's really no need to get a reseller package for over $20,- a month. At iPowerWeb you get more space (3000 Mb) and more bandwidth (50 Gb) for less ($7,95 a month).

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Hrm, thanks for the tips guys.

iPowerWeb and Lunarpages both look like good options. 1Portfolio looks very good as well, but at the moment it looks like I may need more space than they offer. I'll probably go with iPowerWeb, but I've still got a few other details to sort out before making a purchase.

Anyways, thanks for the help.

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