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Web-host advice!


Hello!

I am looking for a reliable hosting company for a regular website (some low-res pictures, text, forum, nothing out of the ordinary). The bandwidth should be enough to handle about 1000 visitors a day and I need at least 200 MB of space.

I have used binary blocks (r.i.p.... not!) and hostrocket (doesn't seem to have the time for neither customers nor their own website...) before, being an ignorant newbie.

I am now thinking about tera-byte.com, they seem to a reliable and trustworthy company, arent' they?

Any advices are appreciated.


Last edited by vineld; 05-09-2003 at 07:46 AM.


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You should put this in the Web Hosting Requests forum, because companies can't offer their services to you in this forum.

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Maybe you can look around and see.

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How much bandwidth does 1000 visitors a day use? And yeah, companies can't offer their services here from my past experience.

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I'm not really sure how much bandwidth I need :-), I am not looking for offers from different companies, I would like to hear advice from customers instead...

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I still have an account at tera-byte. It's been up since 1999. It gets about 500 uniques a day and only uses about two gigs of transfer. It's a good place to start. Even though I can now host it cheaper, (I do support for a different host, and get a discount) it's just too much work to move it, and besides it ain't broke, so why mess with it? I've only ever had to call/email support about 3 times in the last four years. I'd say that's pretty reliable.

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