Anyone know where sale hosting reseller support PHP, ASP , Perl, MySQL with:
Space: 10 GB +
Banwidth: 100 GB +
Price: $30 -
Domain hosted: unlimited.
And anyone tell me how NIX hosting is always cheaper than windows hosting.
You may want to consider reseller-center.com. I have used them, in the past, w/ excellent results.
Good luck w/ your search!
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Windows hosting costs more because the licenses for Microsoft products are expensive. The web hosting companies offering Windows web hosting solution need to recover those extra costs somehow. For example, the cheapest Windows 2003 Server license I know of is the Web Edition (which is actually perfect for Windows based web hosting), and that is $400 per server. If I remember correctly, an Internet Connector License of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 was around $5000 per server. Most of the popular 3rd party ASP components are $50 to $300 per server, and clients often expect that popular ones to be preinstalled and registered. There are a lot of software licensing costs in the Windows web hosting world.
There has been a trend by many Windows web hosting companies to leverage more software on open source during the past few years. Email is one great example. Most Windows based email servers are extremely expensive, so open source packages like XMail have been making a lot of headway into the Windows world.
Originally posted by Mad_Elektra ...Anyway, you may try successfulhosting.com ...
Mad_Elektra, how are you connected to successfulhosting.com?
Looking at their website, I find that their lowest, posted prices require a customer to pre-pay for 2 YEARS!
What is the assurance that after collecting hundreds of dollars from a potential customer, successfulhosting.com will still be around in 2 year's time? While I can understand the economic logic of a discount for prepayment, 2 years is excessive, especially where the customer does not have any protection at all. Advertising such rates is tantamount to deceptive advertising, IMO.
Buy via a credit card, most creditcards allow you to chargeback for up to 1 or 2 years. I donīt advise anyone uses chargebacks but if the company did take your money then dissappear a month or two later you do have some protection.