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What do you see as adequate with prices
I know many webhosts price their services differently to other competitors, Competing or just setting standards, Though I am wondering what do you find to be an adequate hosting price range?
We host our services at $5.00 to $30.00 per month on each different package, Do you think such prices are fair $5.00 = 50GB and $30.00 = 300GB of Bandwidth for example.???
As long as the $30 customer is allowed more slack on CPU/memory usage too, I see them as fair.
I feel that web hosting in that particular price/allocation range may be hard to market, or at least hard to associate with a clear market. It's not so cheap as to attract the bargain buyers, it's not so expensive as to make one think this is really high end hosting.
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