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Standard User MrPete
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 24-Feb-18 23:00:34
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Domain hosting


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Anyone got any recommendations for a good host.
I'm currently with TSOhost who have just increased there price buy £10.
I've seem other providers who offer more than the 10GB storage I get for less money.

But I would prefer to go on personal recommendation..

Thanks
Standard User kasg
(knowledge is power) Sun 25-Feb-18 17:37:55
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Re: Domain hosting


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Which TSOHost package is that? I can't see any that offer 10GB storage. It would also help if you stated what the price was that you were trying to beat. As I'm sure you know, price isn't everything.

Kevin

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Domains and web hosting with TSOHOST

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Standard User MrPete
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 26-Feb-18 09:15:14
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I'm on an old Pro account which was £49.99 for 10GB and upto 5 domains.
I'm looking at my options as the price is going up and I'm having a few email issues.

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Standard User kasg
(knowledge is power) Mon 26-Feb-18 14:33:02
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OK, that's actually what I'm on but I see it's not available now. I'm not paying for mine as it's all charity/non-profit sites at present.

Kevin

plusnet Unlimited Fibre Extra - sync 75433/20000 at around 450m - BQM
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Domains and web hosting with TSOHOST
Standard User charlestown
(learned) Tue 27-Feb-18 07:06:03
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I do web design work and I'm fairly happy with Kualo for hosting. Their support staff are helpful and it comes with a lot of features as standard. I'm on a business plan, which costs a bit more but you may not need that. It uses cPanel with a very simply layout.
Standard User MrPete
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 27-Feb-18 21:24:51
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Cheers I'll take a look.
brixly.uk looks quite interesting!
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