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  • http://www.powweb.com, Too good to be true?

    most of the time when you see something that seems to good to be true, it probably is.

    http://www.powweb.com

    for only 7.77 /month seems way too good?

    only thing i can see is a $10 sql activivation fee
    Last edited by javazoid; Tue 29 Apr '03, 2:32pm.

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    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...threadid=40012
    You're my Prince of Peace
    And I will live my life for You

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    • #3
      "but this is so blatantly an orchestrated ad campaign. Give me a break - four new users, all posting obviously scripted messages (except maybe the second post)? Even the original question reads like an ad!"

      looked the same way to me

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      • #4
        My suggestion, dont use powweb if your gona do anything php wise.

        Maybe its different on their other machines, but my machine has the CGI version of PHP installed which is a total pain in the arse. My school hosts www.custercountydirect.com and last year when I took website design, I had to revert back to HTML due to the CGI php hassel.

        If your using php, be sure to ask for a non CGI php server. But other than that, their services are pretty good. I've never had any troubles what so ever.
        Trent Gillespie Mod Theater Gillespie Photography

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        • #5
          PowWeb sticks you with at least 3 moths service, with a $20 activation fee which totals $43.31. If you go for the one year plan, it's nearly $100. If you go for two years, nearly $200. Not to mention another $15 for your DNS.

          I'm sticking with my $2.50 renewable cost from Oktagone.

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