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    Reccomended Website Hosts

    Can anyone reccomend me some decent website hosts? I am looking for a reasonable price, probably around $10 a month, preferably under $10. It will mainly be for my small 2D Game team, to post projects for download and have news. I do not need a business host or anything like that. The games and stuff will be free so no need for credit card processing. Any suggestions?

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    i suggest ... uhm... m-ka.net its good even when free package

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    Pair Networks. Their first non-FTP package is like $5.95US, their hosting rocks and they have great service.

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    dayanahost is who I'm with. I got $10 for a year but it was on offer - I think it's $15 a year now.
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    Powweb is fantastic, I've been with them for 2 years now and they give you a LOT of features for only 7.77 a month:

    Powweb

    For example, you get:

    12 gigs of space
    10 gigs daily bandwidth
    5 SQL databases
    PHP support
    Amazing tech support


    I've been with them for 2 years now and when I signed up they only had 2 gigs of space, they then upgraded to 3, 5, and now 12 gigs (for free!).

    If you sign up....sign up after clicking the link above, I'm close to getting a payout...haha.

    Alternatively I offer free web hosting on my site (512 megs of space, unlimited bandwidth, and a subdomain at TheJeffFiles). http://thejefffiles.com/hosting.php

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    I use jverkoey's hosting - tis the best value for no money I've ever seen
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    I use 1and1.com - business package. Very reliable.

    $10 a month, three domains - 20 gig space, 1000gig monthly bandwith, 100 databases, 25 FTP accounts, 500 email adresses - etc etc.

    the only dowside is that their interface sucks - they made it a bit better in the past few months, but overall i still don't like it. You have to go through multitude of menus and new windows to get to the place you want.

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    One of the cheapest and fairly reliable ones I've found is http://influxhost.net/

    I'm interested in jverkoey's now though. Too bad I wouldn't have use for that much bandwidth, or space. But how exactly is the control panel anyway? I'm fairly use to cPanel, and they don't seem to offer it?
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    https://opsclassic.powweb.com/beta/

    login:

    username: demo
    password: demo

    This is their new beta. I personally like it much better than the original interface (viewable here: https://opsclassic.powweb.com/ with the same login). It much more resembles c-panel now in that everything is accessible from the main page.

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    i have to say that I like that much better than what 1and1's looks like - but i still get more stuff for the money

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Cool, I'll check these out then. There are so many, I don't know what to pick. Plus I don't want to get screwed over. We'll see

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    python-hosting.com

    Because I like python

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    jverkoey's hosting is teh pwnage!

    lol
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