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true multiple domain hosting

hello,
i would need to host the following:

7 domains (are mine)
each with own cpanel

150 mb webspace
10 gb bandwith

own cgi-bin
webmail
pop/stmp mail

99.8% uptime
fast servers (web sites located in europe)
good service, as this seems difficult to find

possibility to pay monthly, about 8$
no set up fees

no offers from resellers or new hosts please


Posted On: Friday 26th of October 2012 12:23:15 AM Total Views:  275
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