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# 14185 20-Jun-2007 14:26
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I'm looking to build a website for my parents so they can market their house overseas (on top of the usual channels).  Bearing in mind that I can't anticipate the potential bandwidth usage, does anyone have recommendations for a web hosting service that would accommodate this site, including domain name?  Will it matter overly if it's a NZ host or overseas?  All going well, I imagine the "uptime" would only be a few months so probably a "by the month" service would be best.

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  # 76020 26-Jun-2007 19:19
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i have used a couple but the one i've used is www.freewebs.com , which u can purchase a domain or
www.50megs.com which you can too purchase one but uses coding for the website

 
 
 
 


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# 76024 26-Jun-2007 19:28
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Sent you a PM with some info about hosting ;)




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  # 76044 26-Jun-2007 20:41
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i would suggest ace host I find they are brilliant with quick suppport. they even helped me when I wasnt using there hosting anymore. there website is ace-host.net

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  # 76046 26-Jun-2007 20:43
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I just started using freehostia.com. It seems to be very good.... and free!




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  # 76061 26-Jun-2007 21:36
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I've had awesome service and uptime from http://www.asmallorange.com
Strange name, but great hosting company.  They have an open forum and very quick support times.

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  # 77611 10-Jul-2007 14:15
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If you're looking for a NZ webhosting with unmetered traffic, take a look at Break LTD they do server co-location too.




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