tbh72 04 Jun 03

I have been with my host for some time now, paying £25 / per annum. My hosts server went down in the small hours and has only just come back on line.

Out of frustration I was searching for a new host with similiar features & pricing. I found a company called XSESSION.COM

click here

I've have been looking at there packages although slightly more expensive PRO @ £39.99 / per annum. Seem's to offer a comprehensive range of services.

Feed back on this company would be fantastic or alternative host's which have the following features within the budget of 25 - 40 pound per annum.

POP3 Email - Unlimited
20MB Hosting
Sensible / Unlimited bandwidth.
Secure Folders
**Important - The host must not take possession of domain name.

I cant specify what my bandwidth is, but im quite sure at this moment in time it's not excessive. My current website is under 3mb in size, and may have upto 150 visitors / month, being mainly text with graphics for logo's and buttons etc, only very few content graphics.

Look forward to your replies
Tony H

  tbh72 05 Jun 03

I opted for the above link to try out there services on the FREE 14 day trial they are offering, I have since cancelled my request as it appears there is a delay setting up the free account due to demand!!!! But here's the good news "I think".

click here

I am now with host-plus, they provide all I need and more for a very respectable 24.99 per year.

I'll keep you posted with how good / bad they are once I get up and running.


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