I was going to suggest the same. K-disk.net is the only master/alpha reseller provider I know of that seems reliable and stable. Although I am not a customer of theirs nor have I had any experience with them, I would suggest you to maybe try and look up some customer testimonials of them for more precise feedback.
That may arguably be so when it comes to their shared hosting. Their reseller hosting is at a significantly more reasonable level, especially considering that they don't allow their resellers to oversell like other providers do.
I do not see how people can sell reseller hosting under about $20 - that is about what you need to give your customers the best service possible.
It can be done. I cant see how some hosts do it for $20.00 per year however. . As long as the host does not oversell then $15-$20 is not unreasonable. Of course sub-$20 accounts generally dont include any special perks (Dedicated IP Addresses/Billing Software). This does not mean the account is limited or lacking any needed features.
especially considering that they don't allow their resellers to oversell like other providers do.
And that is certainly a good thing. Never understood this part; having your own clients under control is hard enough; but having your customers letting their customers doing this just creates a chaos. But guess its a personal thing
I think its best to find a Host that's in the middle. A Host that is too cheap will end up disappointing you, a Host that's too expensive will agrivate you, finding something in the middle will satisfy you.
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