Both my sites have been with 1000rpm for a couple of months. Turns out their upstream provider is Cyberwings....I've been off the air now for two weeks, with nothing but a series of promised restore dates. I need to find a new SP...now.
My needs are minimal....mostly just hosting info, no Frontpage or CGI, nothing complex. 1000rpm gave me 100 MB for $25/year, no other charges. I'd like to find something in that price range. Oh, and it'd be nice if it could stay on line......
Gary, Troy, etc will take care of you for about $36 a year. Great service and prices. Only reason I no longer host my hobby sites with them is because I decided I preferred something other than PLESK. (They also have a few Cobalt servers that their older customers are on.)
hey alg....glad to see you took my advice on checking these forums... have you found any host good enough ?
i still have my 1st one on 1000RPM... (still) but i have a reseller account with www.freestylehosting.com and so far they really are great... BTW you did better to leave them... i think i might do that pretty soon too... i had a prob with a DB and they don't reply my emails.... in 4 days now.... and i send an email every day.... since 4 days ago.....
I can recommend WebStrikeSolutions. I hosted with them for about 2 years. They gave pretty good service and had good rates. I don't know if they still do it but they used to offer 1 year free (after a setup fee). I was skeptical at first but like I said they did a pretty good job. I left them recently though, not because of any problems but I just found better price/features. I think they have a bulletin board you can read and ask questions before signing up. Hope this helps!
Yup, I was down to two - Webstrike or Dot5. They both seemed pretty good and answered emails right away (of course, they all do that before they get your money....) I went with Dot5 because I could host two separate domains on the same site. They've been pretty good so far, no complaints. Sorry to hear 1000rpm hasn't improved. I was a bit put off by how they handled the whole thing....they seemed more concerned with covering their butts than with their customers.