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    Question Cheap Web Hosts??

    I was looking around for some cheap web hosts, but they all seem to be the about the same price, so I was wondering if any of know some cheap web hosts.

    I need about 50 MB of space, and atleast 2 gb of bandwidth every month.

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    30MB and unlimited bandwidth at www.supanames.co.uk on the budget package. Anything above has restrictions in bandwidth

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    hmmmmm a few nasty t&c parts on there...

    look at www.web-mania.com
    I thingk they are *very* good. Gives you more than you need (but can you ever have too much of something? (dont answer that)).
    £20 a year for the hosting...not bad a t all.
    Highly recommended by me. I have used them for about a year and a bit now.
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    Twig, did u have to buy your domain for an extra price, or was it all included? 20 quid for all of that is a bargain, sounds too good ot be true.

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    http://www.hosting-unlimited.net - basic package for £20 a year (500mb, 3gig bandwidth) good support forum ect
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    extra...look at the site.
    I end up paying about £40 a year with VAT and domain and everything. Still great though.
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    Originally posted by KeZZeR
    30MB and unlimited bandwidth at www.supanames.co.uk on the budget package. Anything above has restrictions in bandwidth
    There's no such thing as "unlimited bandwidth".

    I run www.tsohost.co.uk , but have also heard good about places like Hosting-Unlimited...

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    Hosting Unlimited are good tbh, use them
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    try www.ukfreehosts.co.uk free for first year 50 quid after that (per year)

    unlimited bandwidth and webspace

    allows ASP, PHP gives you one DNS and lets you use loads of other stuff as well. Also has a good selection of component loaded on the server.

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    Another vote for Hosting-Unlimited, excelent customer service and prices are very good too

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    I wish I'd looked around before buying mine. I got it from uk2.net who are pretty crap! How easy is it to transfer to another host?

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    anther vote for web-mania, they really are very good

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    I have used them for ooo neally a year now very very good indeed!

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    Currently with 123connect (www.123connect.co.uk ) and they've been good to me...

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    www.34sp.com A good host. Basic package for 15 squids a year. 35 megs space, 1 gig band width, upgradable ofc. PHP and MySQL support .
    Defo Reccomend

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    Well I use Windows/ASP for my site and the hosting does cost more than Unix/PHP , but I've found an excellent hosting company http://www.kdinternet.co.uk that sell both, but there ASP accounts are cheap as chips

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