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I apologize for the possible off-topic. Guys, could you tell me which web hosting company you are using at the moment? I have a problem because my current web hosting company hostrator.com is kicking me off. They say that our website is using too many server resources. But our website only gets 300 visitors per day..

Anyway, what would be your recommendations? Are you happy with your web hosting providers?

I am checking http://www.hosting24.com/ at the moment, but is it real that they can provide unlimited disk space?
I have contacted them and they say something like "1000GB disk drive costs only $30 per month, so if some day we will start running out of disk space we will simply add a new 1000GB drive so can continue uploading..".

What do you think about it? Any ideas and web hosting company name suggestions are much appreciated.

YB
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Not off topic, there is no off topic in the chat forum

1000GB, might as well say 1TB, TB=Terrabyte which is about 1024GB.
I do not have a website so can't comment on that. I would think one could be able to find a website that lists all the hosting websites there are. Have you tried that?

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Hosting sites

I did some quick looking fot hosting sites, I found Enom and Go Daddy. I'm sure there are others. You need to check out the prices and services to see if they have what you need. Google also has a service but their FAQ said that most businesses use a traditional hosting site and use the Google site for tools and employee collaboration.


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