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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    United Kingdom

    High availability hosting from just one penny.

    Affinity is currently looking for users who want to help beta test our upcoming shared hosting platform. What will it cost you? Just a penny.

    We're currently based on the Rackspace network, but we're investing a lot of money in testing numerous suppliers so we can provide you with the best possible service.

    You'll get access to a Linux based environment that supports PHP, Python, Ruby and Perl; as well as access to MySQL, PostGreSQL and MongoDB databases. On top of this, you'll get SSH access so you can work in your development environment to your content.

    On top of this, you'll be able to take advantage of our redundant nameservers and 100% uptime guarantee. We've also got a 30 day money back guarantee, but given it's just a penny to start, what do you have to lose?

    Now, storage and bandwidth. What should we give you? Hmm, how about 10GB of space and 20GB of transfer to start. If you need more, let us know and we'll see if we can work something out for you. We've set the limits low to start to prevent any potential abuse, but we're more than happy to raise them.

    For now, there's no control panel (we're still building this, it's currently in testing and expected to be in beta in early June), but we'll be on hand 24/7 to help you with anything that you're unable to take care of yourself.

    This offer is only available to the first twenty users wanting to test this platform, and you'll receive three months worth of hosting in return for your initial penny investment. If you miss out this time, we'll be accepting twenty new customers on a weekly basis.

    If you want to take advantage of this offer, just drop an email directly to [email protected] and we'll walk you through everything needed to get you up and running. If you have any specific requirements (such as non-standard software), again, let us know, we'll see what we can do!
    I do things. - Consumer and b2b IT solutions.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    United Kingdom
    To save people asking, we currently accept the following payment methods.

    Bank Transfer.
    Google Checkout.
    Liberty Reserve *.
    Moneybookers *.
    Net 30 *.
    NoChex *.
    Purchase Order *.

    We currently use Google Checkout as our preferred processor for credit and debit card payments, we're in the midst of trialling numerous direct payment solutions however and may switch our preferred processor in the future.

    Methods highlighted with a star are accepted at our discretion. Net 30 credit terms are generally only issued to companies in good standing, purchase orders are generally only accepted from well known entities (as an example, we currently accept these from companies such as Telefonica O2). For other starred payment methods, they are accepted based on a number of factors including the order value and the entity ordering.
    I do things. - Consumer and b2b IT solutions.

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