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  1. Steven Avery

    the deals that pay a year in advance

    For now, I have some assistance and am using an unmanaged host.
  2. Steven Avery

    the deals that pay a year in advance

    hmmm... I did not realize you kept the editing down to 30 minutes. Here is the full post with additions. (Moderator can delete the one above, #3.) =================== "The 30% off coupon is standalone and the term discount is different." What is ... "Different" than what? Are there two...
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    the deals that pay a year in advance

    I have a forum that I am migrating a small board, like a research blog, from vBulletin to Xenforo. www.purebibleforum.com At the same time I am moving it from Siteground ... very possibly to KnownHost. The KH30DEAL is very nice for VPS, however I am not a fan of being pressured to buy a year...
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    quite impressed - looking for points to compare

    Hi, So far, I do not see an email, and usually that works fine. Usually when I pay something with PayPal it takes me right in with the name of the payee, that did not happen. Plus I saw something about paying on 3/25/2013 with slightly vague wording, after I chose the Paypal route. If it...
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    quite impressed - looking for points to compare

    are you ready to rumble? Hi, Yes, I agree, the enthusiastic pizazz is nice to see. I registered last night, just a one-month paypal thing, however I have not afaik not received anything yet. (The website name that went with it is 1j57.com, currently parked at namecheap). They said it might...
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    quite impressed - looking for points to compare

    Hi Jonathan, Thanks for the quick response. A "can-do" approach is, in fact, the key element. You hate to get paralyzed simply trying to put index.php into the right folder or something like that. You want two-ended support, the software source to try to figger out what you need to tweak...
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    quite impressed - looking for points to compare

    Hi, First, KnownHost has a fine rep around the web. Kudos. Right now I have a UK host for a vBulletin forum that in the short-long run I would like to bring over, and a local host that is too pricey, prices going up over 50mb that I can not use and may have to leave. I could not even install...
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