Where to find cheap hosting

Started by OrangeMan, Aug 25, 2022, 04:21 AM

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OrangeManTopic starter

I need hosting for a site selling branded items in third world countries. By type Kazakhstan, Uganda, Rwanda, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia. Just need not very expensive. That's why I'm turning here. After all, it seems to help here? If so, ask me questions. I also want to add that it would not heavily load my old laptop, although after a while it can be more powerful.
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Ourel Augest

You got very excited by calling Kazakhstan and Estonia third world countries >:( , of course it all depends on what you are comparing 8) . You can register a site with a hosting provider with a 2nd level domain name, but for residents of Uganda, Rwanda, the ping will be deadly. There is another option - to use Kazakhstan hosting. For the inhabitants of Estonia, this will be acceptable, as well as for Kazakhstan, but the inhabitants of other countries will suffer, although not so much. For example, ps.kz/hosting offers hosting services for $2.5.
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yangss01

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Minuses
Our test site is below 99.9% uptime in March/April 2017.
A non-refundable installation fee of $15 is charged at the time of purchase.
The price increases to $10.95/month after the first term.


Bluehost entered the web hosting market in 2002 and has been gaining strength ever since. The company, located in Utah, Provo, is widely known today and has more than two million websites.
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Positive
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Well-known brands in the hosting industry
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Minuses
Prices are updated to $7.39/mo upon renewal
Unlimited hosting, limited by other restrictions
Users can only host their sites in the United States
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Dodger

If you are looking for a good host, with excellent support and all at reasonable prices then QHoster.com [nofollow] is the way to go.
Their features have certainly gotten better and they now offer a lot more for the same price.
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Parados

Quote from: Dodger on Nov 08, 2022, 06:14 AMIf you are looking for a good host, with excellent support and all at reasonable prices then QHoster.com [nofollow] is the way to go.
Their features have certainly gotten better and they now offer a lot more for the same price.
How are spam complaints monitored and dealt with?
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Whizproficient

What level of customer/ technical support do they offer? Online only? Phone? Email? Etc.?
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