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    PHP host

    High i was wondering if anyone knows any good hosts.Ones that have php, mysql and phpAdmin.I want to change host coz my current host sometimes you try going to the website and well you can't access it i am guessing that they are resellers and as such i don't want to deal with resellers for they seem to be unreliable.

    I want a good host.With a good control panel coz this simplifies many things.
    Plus they have to be $10 and below per month.
    At the same time i don't want too cheap but poor quality.INfact i want those who dare to gurantee 100% up time or 99
    So holla back.
    IF you have a good host feel free to leave their contacts and a link to your site.

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    Which traffic and space requirements do you have?

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    This thread should probably be in the Web Hosting forum, just so you know.

    That said, I have been using ReviseMedia since September 2004 and have been very happy with their service.

    When you talk about price, you must also be aware that price is affected by how much disk space you require, bandwidth allowance per month, databases, and a number of other things.

    In my opinion, whether or not someone is a reseller is not all that important. It's the quality of service you get that counts, not the method of delivery.

    Just my $0.02.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinyl-junkie
    bandwidth allowance
    I know I am a damn dirty nitpicker, but this is a common mistake.

    Its usually not about the bandwidth, but about the traffic.

    Traffic is the amount of data going over the cable, bandwidth is the speed it is going by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drzoid
    Its usually not about the bandwidth, but about the traffic.
    But bandwidth is a function of traffic. The more traffic a website has, the higher the bandwidth is likely to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinyl-junkie
    But bandwidth is a function of traffic. The more traffic a website has, the higher the bandwidth is likely to be.
    In theory yes, but even just a 10 MBit connection (and most hosts should and do have a much better connection) can already give you ~3 TB a month. And I wouldnt want to pay such a bill after this month .

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    try telnap

    www.telnap.com

    been using them.


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