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  1. #1
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    $10 / month cPanel shared hosting?

    Any suggestion for 10GB Diskspace + 50GB BW?

    Thanks!

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    Do you really need 10gb/50gb transfer? What are you planning on using it for?

    Generally with any shared host offering that kind of space/bandwidth you will be suspended long before you hit either limit. What is the focus of your site goign to be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDVB View Post
    Do you really need 10gb/50gb transfer? What are you planning on using it for?

    Generally with any shared host offering that kind of space/bandwidth you will be suspended long before you hit either limit. What is the focus of your site goign to be?
    What? He isn't asking for much.

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    If you want a quality reliable web hosting provider, you will not be able to find one within your budget offering that much disk space.

    If you really need that much disk space within that budget, you will have to find a company that oversells which shouldn't be a problem at all

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    Not sure about 10 gigs, but what about this:
    7 GB Disk Space
    250 GB Bandwidth
    Unlimited Addon Domain (Multiple Domain Hosting)
    Unlimited Email Accounts
    24/7 live support
    Cpanel Control Panel
    Pre-Installed Script Library
    Money Back Guarantee
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    $6.95*
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    3 Years $6.95
    2 Years $7.95
    1 Year $9.95
    6 months
    (Semi-Annually) $12.95
    3 months (quarterly) $15.95
    1 month (monthly) $17.95

    Downtownhost shared silver plan.
    Besides: do you really need so much space? Make sure you won't overload server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soskel34 View Post
    What? He isn't asking for much.
    I wasn't stating that he was asking for a lot, when we take a look at accounts in our system generally most web sites use less than 250mb of storage, there are a few around 1 or 2gb but not many.

    If the op does not actually *need* the full space, they can find quality hosting for less than $10. This is why I wasked what the focus of the web site was going to be so that we could make better hosting suggestions.

    Personally I recommend Hostgator.
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    I'd recommend HostGator. They have proven to be a very reliable company. They also meet your requirements.

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    For the small amount of usage your wanting i'd plump at HG too if your ok with one of the larger providers
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  9. #9
    Hi

    who offered 10gb 50gb?. you didn't explained here about your budget. If you make quick search you can see number of hosting providers who offers the same budget with Cpanel with low price range.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by JohnJ View Post
    I'd recommend HostGator. They have proven to be a very reliable company. They also meet your requirements.
    I would second that suggestion,

  11. #11
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    HostGator just refund my order!

  12. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by bigu_c View Post
    HostGator just refund my order!
    why did they refund the order?
    If you'll give us some more details about your needs it would be much easier for us to help you.

  13. #13
    uhhm cooll...

  14. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Soskel34 View Post
    What? He isn't asking for much.
    That really depends. For static files it is alright, for dynamic content... well... It can be very resource intense.

  15. #15
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    i would say 10gb bandwidth wouldn't hold for 1 custommer, or yourself, since the gb's goes pretty fast, and incase a custommer goes over the limit, you should have some more bandwidth to not get overpriced.
    atm on my services i used 4000gb bandwidth so far this month.


    My thoughts...

  16. #16
    @Henrikk First up, nice name (haha)

    What I was writing above is that banwidth and resource allocation most often does not go hand in hand.

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