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Im looking for very cheap reliable hosting.

I only need about 75MB and a domain so Im not looking to spend 20$ a month. Mainly look for something thats so many dollars anually not monthly.

Any ideas?

Maybe a company who has just started out with cheap plans and promos?
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I've heard good things about this company : www.powweb.com - PowWeb $7.77/mo USD.

Looking for a PowerMac G4 for $500 or less USD.
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Thanks, way more then I want to spend and need.
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http://www.ixwebhosting.com or http://www.brinkster.com both have plans for about $4.95 a month or so for basic service, just depends on if you want the scripting capabilities like PHP and such.
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I really like Dreamhost. There's a link in my sig that will take you to their plans. Very good deals going on right now. I've had them for a bit and they've been trouble free for me.

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In germany you can get similar hosting plans for around 3,- a month.

But why not check out the free providers first?

There are even some without advertising...
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I've used http://www.ehostpros.com/ Their starter plan is $2.99 a month or $35.88 per year. Right now they have a double your space/bandwidth promotion so the starter plan has 200 MB space and 10 GB bandwidth.
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