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[StableHost] 75% off Web Hosting for life - 48H only!

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75% off Web Hosting for life - 48H only!

Deal Link:
Savings:
75
Retailer:
StableHost
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Using coupon code 'STOCKHOLM'; and get 75% off for life on all Web Hosting plans in their Stockholm location.

Valid for the next 48 hours only.

Hosting plans: https://www.stablehost.com/web-hosting.php

I've had a hosting plan with them since their black Friday deal in like 2010 or something (hosting in Phoenix), I don't even remember it's been so long now. I've been super happy with it; and it's a great value.
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Another +1 for Stablehost.

I grabbed a Stablehost hosting plan on one of their 75% off lifetime deals several years ago, and it has been great. It costs me US$21.50 per year.

You can find cheaper, but not with the long-term reputation that Stabelhost has.

I don't know how you specify a Stockholm location though.
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riltestuser wrote: how much is cost?
Depends on the hosting package you select, obviously.

If you sign up for their Unlimited Pro hosting package, you can get 3 years of hosting for $70/USD. That's less than $2/month for unlimited storage, bandwidth & sites.

Check out the comparison between their other hosting packages in that link above, but that's pretty solid value.
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Pro package for $1.88 @ month looks pretty sweet..
Anyone else with positive experience from these guys??
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Is it a bad Idea to host something in Stockholm??

Is it bad for speed?

I was thinking about WordPress hosting
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grisensko wrote: Is it a bad Idea to host something in Stockholm??

Is it bad for speed?

I was thinking about WordPress hosting
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You need to read up on this new thing that just came out called the Internet
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I'm sorry but if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. I am interested but skeptical.

Will WordPress sites optimized with caching run fast on this hosting or is this bottom of the barrel hosting? Shared hosts are generally priced in the same way, so there has to be a catch here. My guess is that performance is terrible or just not consistent.

edit: they have a 45 day refund policy so maybe it's good
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Yeah, this looks like garbage hosting. They are the type of company that will probably change things a few years down to road, whether it be service quality or your plan. I would avoid at all costs.

http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1648417

The company's representative's responses in the thread lack professionalism and it has turned me off.
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snipzy wrote: Yeah, this looks like garbage hosting. They are the type of company that will probably change things a few years down to road, whether it be service quality or your plan. I would avoid at all costs.

http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1648417

The company's representative's responses in the thread lack professionalism and it has turned me off.
This is probably fine if you just want to host some amateur stuff but I agree it's not really a deal, it's a you get what you pay for. The 2gbit ddos protection is :lol:
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snipzy wrote: Yeah, this is garbage hosting. They are the type of company that will change things a few years down to road. I would avoid at all costs.

Just do some simple research and you can see that it definitely is too good to be true.

http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1648417

Also, if you think I am just thread shittying, please read the hosting company's representative's responses in the thread! Zero professionalism.
Did you read the whole thing, though? I feel like other people came in stablehost's defense more than the OP's.
Regarding the Zero professionalism thing, I agree with you it could've been handled better and in private, but I didn't really see anything there that would make me think this is "garbate hosting" or "avoid all costs".
That being said, it does kinda feel like you are thread shittying.
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Where are the "honest" web hosting reviews? Whenever I google web hosting reviews. There are so many shills out there.

I'm leaning towards Siteground. Any other recommendations?
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snipzy wrote: Yeah, this looks like garbage hosting. They are the type of company that will probably change things a few years down to road, whether it be service quality or your plan. I would avoid at all costs.

http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1648417

The company's representative's responses in the thread lack professionalism and it has turned me off.
While their company's rep may have been borderline rude, the OP was clearly lying and was exposed doing so. In fact, other posters seemed quite happy with the service. I am debating between Stablehost and Greengeeks. The lifetime discount is definitely tempting. Does anyone know if Greengeek offers a discount on renewal after 3 years?

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