Virtual Dedicated Server From GoDaddy Setup ..
I bought a Virtual dedicated server from GoDaddy and I had lots of problems setting up the domain , e-mails, etc..
I'm looking for a hosting service where the team can do all the setup for me.
about 50GB space
CGI, PHP, MySQL
Full root access (FTP)
No upload file size limit
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In particular the grid service.
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Every request got a reasonable response in a reasonable amount of time (low priority stuff gets ignored on the weekend - urgent stuff gets a response within minutes; and even low priority stuff gets a response pretty darn quickly if posted during business hours).
There was a billing mixup - happens. I sent a support request, and with a couple of emails to get the facts straight the difference was credited back to my paypal account. Not just a credit to my account with them, actual money back.
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I'm seriously impressed. If you are looking for hosting, whether VPS or dedicated, take a look. At the end of the day, it's all about the service.
I don't work for them, I don't get any compensation for this post, they didn't ask me to post this. Yadayadayada. I'm just a very happy customer. And that's a good thing.
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I moved from shared hosting to VPS a year ago. I have now started to outgrow the VPS.
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Who's door should I be knocking on to find out some prices?
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