Paul Curtayne wrote:
> Not surprisingly, US companies are *very* cheap.
Pair (www.pair.net) are the company I use. They are cheap, efficient
(tech support replied to my e-mail at 3.00am US time!) and I've no
complaints so far.
They host big sites like www.bluesnews.com and www.tomshardware.com and
20Mb is $5.95
per month. That's for 100Mb of traffic a day.
> Unlimited Web Hosting Space
> Unlimited Traffic/Hits/Bandwidth
I don't buy this for a second. No-one will give you this. It's an offer
that a lot of service providers make because they know people will be
impressed by it, but very few of their customers will actually use it.
If you have that high a bandwidth requirement they will probably try to
charge you extra, or claim that they can't support your needs. Either
that or you'll get _dog slow_ service.
See Pair's site for their answer to the question...
"Why don't you offer 'unlimited bandwidth'?"
> BTW, what is PHP support?
From the manual:
PHP Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its
syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique
PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow
web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly.
PHP is a "hypertext preprocessor". It allows you to alter the HTML on
the fly as you serve it.
[See http://www.php.net/FAQ.php3 for more details.]
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