Keep in mind, you get what you pay for, going from one host to another because one is cheaper may not always be the best benefit. I would contact LimeStoneNetworks and see if they can better the current price of your servers especially if you are looking to add more. Due to the current times a lot of companies want your business and are willing to work with you. Just keep that in mind, cheap is not always better.
yeah thats true, I'll definitely do that, just curious to know first of any alternatives. I just came across aspirationhosting today and I couldn't believe how cheap their core2quads are so I'm wondering if there are other solid hosts out there with similar pricing.
You pay a little extra with Limestone, and you get a in-house support team where your servers are housed - 24/7 support, always someone there to help you, and according to the reviews in this thread the last couple of days - the greatest people to work with.
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I would contact them first to see if you can downgrade your package in any way, or figure out another pricing plan before jumping ship. Hope this helps
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I did contact limestonenetworks about a possible special and it wasn't really that special
we first switched over to them after the H1 nightmare with theplanet.com, took a big risk then as there wasn't any reviews of limestone and their servers were definitely cheaper than theplant and while we have had some issues with the server limestone definitely helped fixed the hardware issues very fast.
We might take a gamble for a month with aspirationhosting before doing a full move, can't really find any reviews of dedicated server users though. We can get close to the same specs with aspiration as we can with limestone and still save around $50 per server.
My experience is when you look for cheap, you get cheap!
I think it is important you have quality hardware like Dell, HP, etc, A data center that is N+1 Compliant and Tier1 Bandwidth. How important is quality and reliability to you?
There are many solid hosting companies out there that offer these things at fair pricing. May not always be the cheapest, but hey you will be able to sleep at night!