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any tips for good multiple domain hosting.


jacobjohn7

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Hi, looking for a recommended hosting co. for 5-10 domains/sites. under one bill.. a few out there.. currently with heart for a couple of sites. but its a big jump to their reseller account.
any ideas appreciated.
Thanks
John

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to Webdesign.

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tims31

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Hi jacobjohn7,

I have been using x9 internet who have a webdesigner account which range from 10, 50 to 100 accounts. 10 accounts costs £24 a year and all these have unlimited data and bandwidth. Have used them now for 6 months and they have been great. Had a problem accessing an account, gave them a call and it was sorted there and then.

For £24 you can't go wrong.

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PC Advisor Fan

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I have used Tech Hosts for many years and their service is amazing, support is always answered quickly.

Visit click here for more info

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Taff™

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Found this on their site click here which basically says that this type of account is NOT suitable for resellers. Personally I`d stick to Heart.

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dsjohn

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I can recommend this <a href="click here">hosting reseller</a>; they have a good support center if you run into problems they'll fix it immediately and your good to go again.

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