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 PostPost subject: Looking for Webhosting...        Posted: Fri Jan 04, 2008 3:23 pm 
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Ok, Ive had a look around and im trying to find the best hosting i can get for under £150, preferably under £100. My requirements arent too much (outlined below) but I would like to be able to carry on with my server which would need more space (though this isnt exactly necessary)

- 5Gb Web Space
- 40Gb Traffic (Quite possibly more... )
- 3 Domains included in price
- PHP Support
- 5 MySQL Databases
- 20 Subdomains
- 4 FTP Accounts

Email's unimportant, as I use hosted GMail for that, as is ASP support, since ive survived without it for a few years :)

Like i said, thats the bare minimum, and I would like to keep my Web Server open (only probably better than my current one :P) Which would take a lot more space and traffic.
Finally, other than those areas that i mentioned are unimportant, i would like the specs to be a bit better in each area, to allow for expansion.

At the moment im looking at this, but with no free domains as far as i can see, it might be a bit out of my price range :(

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I can offer all of this but there is no control panel unfortuately so its hard to change passwords etc yourself.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Jan 04, 2008 3:57 pm 
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Yeh, I would consider that.
Just seen this though :P

The multiple control panels might solve some issues ive had this year :P

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