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any one here know manged.com?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lostmyway, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. lostmyway

    lostmyway Registered

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    hi
    any one here know manged.com
    i want to take server from it
    the shere with 59$
    if any one here know them plz help me
     
  2. linux-image

    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    yes; managed.com is good. the one for 59$ comes with

    Intel Celeron 2.4GHz
    512MB DDRAM Memory
    80GB EIDE Hard Drive
    1,000GB Data Transfer
    No Contract
    Free Set-up
    Free Windows 2003 (web)

    You will need to spend another 10$/month as part of C-panel license.

    Here is how you proceed:
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    1. Click Order Now under 59$ server.
    2. Operating System is Fedora/Free-Bsd/ or Debian. (I sugest you go for Fedora.)
    3. Click dropdown menu and select C-panel.
    4. Remote Reboot ( ie .. if you want to have the remote reboot facility.. that will cost you 20$ more/month)
    5. Fill in the contact information and the billing info and click submit.
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  3. AtomixNetwork

    AtomixNetwork Member

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    hmm..

    You can't get a CPanel for $10 with that $59 plan.. ;)
     
  4. linux-image

    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    :D my mistake ! I have helped another one get the 89$ plan which comes with 10$ c-panel.. so didnt check this one.
     
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    i think ya need to investagate this company alittle more.
    seen alotttttttttttttttt of scary things about that place..

    there are a few sites to go to review providers
    webhostingtalk.com is one of them..


    not a flame just some handy tips before jumping on the provider wagon..lol
    :P

    OCX
     
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    I agree -

    I think it is very wise to check out any provider your looking to use.

    First check their technical support - a few times during the day and night
    ask some technical questions and see if they know the answers.

    Do they offer remote reboot? for free ?
    Do they offer any support --
    Do they charge for support --
    Do they offer remote KVM ?
    Do they process credit cards via a reliable partner --- or do they use Paypal or a 3rd party company to do their business for them...


    Once you have settled on a provider - ask about them in the Cpanel forums, ask about them in the webhostingtalk forums... and then make your decision


    :)
     
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    SEAL31 Well-Known Member

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    You do not want to go with managed.com. They are terrible, people have ahd virusis on their systems the day the get it (dating back months), my company almost went with them. You get what you pay for, cheap prices come with cheap service.
     
  8. AndyReed

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    Many companies compete on the basis of functionality; once functionality has exceeded what is necessary, the basis of competition become reliability. Once reliability no longer drives competition in a market, the basis becomes convenience, or speed, responsiveness and customization. The final basis for competition is price.

    Many hosting companies prematurely leapt to a price-based competition in markets that are not yet overserved on the prior basis of competition. Therefore, these companies might fail and go out of business because they don't understand the basis of competition in their industry.

    Use your judgment and don't sign up with any company until you do your homework. Overall, you get what you pay for.
     
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