Thanks activeforce, I've done a lot of research on them and personally wouldn't want to use them but I have a client who does want to use them as they're on a really tight budget and what a client wants is what I must provide.
Yes it's shared hosting I need, will take a look at angelnetworkz.
There are MANY shared hosting providers that use the Managed DataCenter. Most of them do not list this because Managed does not have the best customer approval and it can actually turn customers away. Often, companies will say something like "Our servers are in a datacenter in San Jose, California that was established by the founders of the AboveNet Network." In most cases, from my experience, that is the Managed.com Datacenter.
I've found something thanks and have got my account setup.
The reason it has to be at Managed.com DC is that the client I am setting this up for is running a fully managed dedicated server business and they're reselling Managed.com servers and managing them to add a few $ to the prices. I did try to convince them that it would be better to go a bit higher and go with EV1 but they seemed convinced that Managed.com can do what they want, and what they want is what I have to help them get, so that's how I came to be looking for Managed.com hosting since they don't see a point in getting a full server for their site to start with as it won't be very big or getting much traffic