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    Which server is better to have a deal with?

    Hostsailor.com and barbariannetworks.com have servers which are nice for me and I need to know which one is the best from your point of view?

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    Try to search for other cheap web hosting packages that offer the applications needed for the web site.

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    Have a look at servers from hostwinds.com and hostingsource.com, these guys know how to keep everything working.
    Prices are low and network is fully-redundant.

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    Have a look at servers from hostwinds.com and kvchosting.net.
    Their Technical Support deserves particular recognition for their ability to resolve problems speedily and in a very considerate manner. They are exactly what you would hope for from technical support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klirik View Post
    Hostsailor.com and barbariannetworks.com have servers which are nice for me and I need to know which one is the best from your point of view?
    Cảm ơn bác đã chia sẻ!

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    Suppose it will be useful to recommend Hostplay.com offshore servers (pricing is reasonable).
    It has done a great job at evaluating the competition and narrowing it down to a handful of highly qualified services.

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    The best place to search for affordable web site hosting plans is the internet itself.
    In this kind of tight spot, it is good to evaluate well the web hosting providers.

    Check out these hosts:
    ==> Superbithost.com
    ==> Okayservers.com
    Saving one or two dollars per month is not worth the loss of a few hundred or a few thousand dollars when your site goes down.

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