I have spent a lot of time recently checking out web-hosting services.
Suffice to say that the main Irish ISP's are unbelievably expensive
(20mb with Tinet is ~1000 quid per year).
Not surprisingly, US companies are *very* cheap.
However, all things being equal, wouldn't it be nice to use an Irish
service? I have found a company
which seems the best I have found.
They have a special offer:
www.yourname.ie / .com / .ie.nu / .co.uk /.uk.co ...
Unlimited Web Hosting Space
Unlimited E-mail Forwarding
5 POP E-mail Account
Full Telnet/CGI Access
Server Side Includes
Password Protect Directories
Your own cgi-bin directory
Pre-Installed CGI Scripts
Secure Server (SSL)
Real Audio Support
Real Video Support for 15 quid a month.
This seems good. I'd like to hear any experience people have of them,
anything better, etc.
BTW, what is PHP support?
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