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#27684 3-Nov-2008 23:01
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hi im looking to start up a bunch of cod4 servers so what i need to know is it more cost effective to get dedicated servers and run multiple cod4 servers on them
and does any1 know of a good game server or dedicated server host here in nz or in australia.
thank you

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  #176006 5-Nov-2008 09:11
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Hosting of game servers in NZ isnt really cheap from what Ive seen. There are one or two dedicated game host servers around but charge quite a bit per user.
Youre best to stick with games that are hosted by ISP's and Gameplanet rather than trying to start your own.




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  #176011 5-Nov-2008 09:17
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neither Australia or NZ will give you an affordable dedicated server. My advise is probably go to the US some of them return good ping results, just do your research and get some feedback from forums such as this one. Or I have had dealings with these guys they're in Australia and pretty good.

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