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  • good dedicated server for my clients?

    So, I would like to rent a good dedicated server for my clients. Any cheap web hosts?
    Linux, 1000 gbs of HD,32 gbs of RAM and 16 tbs of bandwidth - budget is $250/mo.

    What web hosts can you suggest me looking at?
    Any information on servers?

    What host would you choose? Why?

  • #2
    Now I am fully-satisfied! speed has been great, uptime is perfect (my site is always online and accessible to my visitors)!
    Their customer support is really professional (work 24/7 and always available, even at midnight).


    • #3
      Cheap web hosts can be got from and
      Great hosts. Whenever you run into a problem with your website, the technical support team is very knowledgeable and promptly helps you to resolve any problems that your website experienced.


      • #4
        Go ahead and give web host a try.
        Their goal is to provide quality infrastructure hosting in world-class data facilities, at a cost accessible to enterprises, small businesses, and end-users alike.
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        • #5
          You can try ssd web hosting services. They are good for running any sites.
          Their long history in this business gives the reasons to treat it as the host with highly redundant servers and quality support.


          • #6
            Pricing, are you kidding me? Where else are you going to find a deal like this?
            Thanks guys for all your help, team!!
            The features they offer in dedicated servers are unique.


            • #7
              If you need to have your server with no delay then check out Ezop (Intel-12-2x1000) plan at (
              They have already such server in the stock and it would cost you less then $70 per month.
              Pointless... like giving caviar to an elephant.