9GB space?.. Do the math.. Even if they have dual 60GB in there, they can only put about 6 accounts on there each server unless they're going to overesell their diskspace bigtime.. So 12 x $6.95 = $83.40. Also 6 x 50GB = 300GB. Where can you get a server with 300GB bandwidth and 120GB HD for less than $80/mo? Don't you people want your web host to actually make a profit so that they can hire more techs or upgrade server hardware when needed? No wonder most people are back in the market looking for a new web host complaining about their last host going out of business and taking their money with them. In my opinion, you bring this on yourselves..
Add one more unhappy voice to the list of Infinology customers. When a form stopped working I couldn't get email help. Got tech on the phone one day, next day a guy tells me they don't do telephone tech support.
I send another email to ask for an update, they come back and tell me to get a webmaster to fix the problem or they can do it for me for $35. I AM the webmaster and still don't know what the problem is.
I'm beginning to think any customer service claim they make is just so much wind.
Yea, 7.2 TeraByte Hard Drives are pretty good, but not surprising, given that each box gives an outstream of 40 TeraBytes per month. It's actually only an outstream of 123.45 Megabits per second, not too bad.
They sell their plans for $6.95. 6.95 x 800 = $5560. Let's say they get $1.45 profit per account, this leaves them with $4400, which is well sufficient for purchasing 40 TeraBytes bandwidth if they get it for $0,11/GB.
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Whats this bs? Isn't CNET listing a PPC based list?