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    Any monthly web hosting companies?

    First, I am looking for a host that charges monthly. I don't want to pay in advance and get stuck with a provider.

    Found chime host - [url]http://www.chimehost.com[/url] but I can't seem to find many sites reviewing them. I see justhost on pretty much every review site i visit but they require advance payment for the low price.

    so what you guys think?

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    im using hostgator, it charge monthly, you can pay by paypal but its bit expensive but very trusted and secure

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    Lightbulb Check out my site for monthly web hosting offers

    Quote Originally Posted by fpals View Post
    First, I am looking for a host that charges monthly. I don't want to pay in advance and get stuck with a provider.

    Found chime host - [url]http://www.chimehost.com[/url] but I can't seem to find many sites reviewing them. I see justhost on pretty much every review site i visit but they require advance payment for the low price.

    so what you guys think?
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    I use AN Hosting and they bill monthly. It's only $5 and change. I like them, they're known for hosting the most blogs. You can check out the package at[URL="http://www.anhosting.com/hosting/"] AN Hosting[/URL].

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    Quote Originally Posted by saha View Post
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    HostGator is pretty good. Prices are reasonable and they do have a variety of packages available. I hear GoDaddy is very poular. I don't think I would want to put a site up on a free service.
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    Has anyone tried the Hostgator, reseller hosting? I have a basic plan that I like that has multiple site options, but I find the pages are loading slowly. I've been thinking of changing over to the reseller hosting.
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    Yes, try Hostmonster. I really love them, if that counts for anything. You get *00 GB and it's actually cheap - $5.*5 a month. At least check them out.
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    I know about hostgator, but will take a look at Hostmonster. Never heard of them. Thanks for the tip.
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    From what I can see Hostmonster and Hostgator are very similar in services. However, Hostmonster includes Domains for free. No that is very interesting. I will try the service and get back to this forum when I know more.
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