Best Hosting Plan For Magento ECommerce Online Store

Jul 21, 2008

Wich is the most adequate hosting plan to install a Magento E-Commerce Online Store with:

Number of products: 100 to 300
Number os Visitor / Moth: 10.000 to 80.000

I will need a Shared Accout, VPS, or Dedicated Server?

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After a few threads on Web Hosting Talk, I have decided to go with Magento eCommerce CMS because it is powerful and I like it

The only thing I am looking for is a host that will support it and that will let me either upgrade to a VPS, or straight to a Dedicated Server (or maybe even a co-location).
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1 major thing. It NEEDS to be in the UK.

I was chatting to one of Rackspace UKs live help support people and they priced their entry level server at "£255 - £355 per month", which being a startup is a bit of a hefty price.

So, how do you think I should start? Shared, VPS or straight to dedicated?
Also, what UK hosts do you recommend?

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