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  1. #1
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    any experience with servepath? * no 'R' - servepath NOT serveRpath :)

    Hi

    Just wondering if anyone has used servepath.com for a basic dedicated server

    if so, any comments? a search only came up with a couple of results with no info, so should I take this as good or bad

    thanks
    Last edited by tapster; 09-17-2002 at 02:00 AM.

  2. #2
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    never heard of them.

  3. #3
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    Comming soon!

    You have arrived at the Serverpath.com website


    The page you are viewing is the startup of Serverpath.com, just another .com startup, but at post stock market dropoff startup cost!

    test html website for default vhost

  4. #4
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    lol they deleted thier site what in the world.

  5. #5
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    servepath (not serveRpath)

    Its http://www.servepath.com I was asking about... I guess they couldn't get serveRpath and had to go with servepath

    so, anyone using these people??

    thanks

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    I'd certainly be interested in hearing if anyone is with them. Their entry level server looks like it would suit me very well - at $89.99 and no set-up if paid for 12 months - and 100 GB a month.

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    I was going to get one server from them about half year ago, everything was looking great, until I see their upgrade cost
    Hostany, Inc.
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  8. #8
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    Hey Hostany

    are you in the bay area?? Im in SF and been looking for dedicated hosting... for some reason, local provider seemed like a big deal for me, so I was planning to go with them.....


    ...until I saw unitedcolo's offer today

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