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Need a GOOD Web Hosting Service

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Need some input, guys. I've been using the same web hosting company for 5+ years and I really need to dump them. I've had sporadic email issues over the years, but it's been really bad lately and their support sucks. I want to transfer my domain name and email over to a new service, but want to get some recommendations before I do.

Requirements (ie, what I currently have):

* 5GB server space

* Webmail capabilities

* Multiple email accounts

* SPAM filters for email - very important - I'm sick of Viagra ads... mad.gif

* Subdomains

* Online web traffic graphs/stats

* RELIABILITY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE

* Currently pay $5/mo

Who do you use for hosting your website/email, and would you recommend them?

Thanks.

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1and1, I recommend them. Use for personal and some biz stuff. Good luck,

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I have had good luck with Go daddy! They have great rates from hosting to domain name listing.

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I use Hostway - that has all your needed features and more, their plans start at 13.95/mo. I have used 3 or 4 others in the past, but had problems and looked for better service. I have been happy with Hostway for over 5 years now. E-mail me direct and I will be glad to send you links to them.

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I use nomonthyfees for my work, and godaddy for personal. Go daddy is far superior.

You pay for what you get. IMO

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