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  1. #1
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    IntegrityHost.com

    hey guys

    just switched my reseller host from JackPotHost to IntegrityHost.com

    anyone have any feedback on these guys... so far they have been great.

    -mxp
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  2. #2
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    heh don't you normally test the water before you jump in?
    http://www.eBoundary.com - Let us help you expand your eBoundaries!
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    i looked at their services shopped around and it seems to be a good place ... hence i signed up.... so far so good

    just wondering what you guys think
    http://www.networkingproviders.com
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    Wow, how could they offer unlimited space and bandwidth for $30/month. Too good to be true. I wonder why unlimited is in quotes........fishy.
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    Just keep updating us with your experience....

    Good Luck
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  6. #6
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    I find it ironic that they go through the whole spiel (did I spell that right? ) about how some hosts plans are "too good to be true" (http://integrityhost.com/price.html) yet their plans are worse: IMPOSSIBLE. Unlimited disk space and storage is simply IMPOSSIBLE and hosts who offer this you CANNOT rely on.

    If I were you, I would stay far away from this host.
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    Originally posted by jml3188
    Wow, how could they offer unlimited space and bandwidth for $30/month. Too good to be true. I wonder why unlimited is in quotes........fishy.
    Well.... some digging (always curious about these things)
    TOS
    Unlimited Accounts are indeed unlimited. These accounts may not to be used to host a collection of MP3's, Warez, or to backup your computer or another source. They may not be used for general storage of any type. All content stored on an unlimited account must be directly used on the Internet by the website associated with that account. These accounts may not be used as a download distribution point for your bundled software. They are to be used for standard web practices only. This means that all content stored on an unlimited account must be used for “normal” website use. “Un-normal” usage is anything that a shared server would not be able to provide under standard circumstances. If your account requires resources that are not able to be provided by a shared server, we may require you to rent a dedicated server. If you are unsure of whether your account may violate this policy, please contact us prior to subscribing.
    and

    Subscriber agrees that bandwidth and disk usage shall not exceed the quota for the services ordered by Subscriber on the order form (the "Agreed Usage"). We will monitor Subscriber's bandwidth and disk usage. We have the right to take corrective action if Subscriber's bandwidth or disk usage exceeds the Agreed Usage in our sole discretion. Such corrective action may include the assessment of additional charges, or disconnection or discontinuance of the service. If we take any corrective action under this section, Subscriber shall not be entitled to a refund of any fees paid in advance prior to such action.
    Nothing on their order page about "Agreed Usage"
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    There services are at managed.com and the support team is pretty good. (use to work there hehe) There servers are pretty much unlimited well they keep the # of accounts per server pretty low. It not really unlimited as nothing is unlimited but its pretty darn close
    FrostVPN.com - Speedy OpenVPN & PPTP VPN Services
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    the service is excellent .. so far ... i love the support and the uptime stats are great too
    http://www.networkingproviders.com
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    i think i mite sign up with them
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    Originally posted by shimon
    i think i mite sign up with them
    See you in 2 month's, back here, looking for another host.

    Sorry, but "unlimited disk space" or "unlimited transfer" leads down one path: burned out, overused server.

    Burned out, overused server, leads to bankruptcy

    Simon
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    Talking

    What are you talking about? I just ordered one of those new "unlimited hard drives"

    You can buy them at: http://ifyougotothiswebsite.thenyouareanidiot.com/
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    Link's broken.
    BTi-Hosting.co.uk High quality hosting, low low prices.
    One step ahead of the competition - Today IS tomorrow.
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  14. #14
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    Originally posted by Philipf
    Link's broken.


    I hope your joking...
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    Originally posted by CPQIS Evan


    I hope your joking...
    This link might work better

    http://www.ireallydontthink.com/hewasjoking.asp
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    Haha, this is intertaining!
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  18. #18
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    ok, I think we're OT enough that this thread can go to sleep.
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    Originally posted by eBoundary
    ok, I think we're OT enough that this thread can go to sleep.
    Agreed, Thread Closed.
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