On Tue, Aug 17, 1999 at 05:45:47PM +0100, Colm Buckley mentioned:
>> > along similar lines to the flat rate thread. Anyone know what it costs
> > to have a box hosted at an ISP? (low traffic)
> Quite a lot - generally less than the cost of a leased line, but
> "several thousand per year" seems to be the answer of the day. All the
> major ISPs do it (linux.ie is run from just such a box in Indigo -
> hosted for free *thanks, guys*), and I'm sure they'll all be happy to
> quote you...
I asked Tinet, and they said £10000 gets you power and an ethernet cable,
and a few gig a month limit...
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