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Old 06-27-2007, 04:20 AM   #2
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A Small Orange offers 45MB for $25 a year. I have one of those.

Or you could register through Go Daddy and get their free web site. I'm not sure how much space you get for that, although I also have a couple. I also have a cheap hosted site there for $3.95 a month.

Both are pretty reliable for uptime, and while ASO has a fairly clean interface, you do have to be very focussed to get through the GoDaddy pages. They are currently offering .info domains for 99 cents a year, and you can register for a few years at a time, so you could potentially get a domain name and ad-free hosting for five years for a very few dollars.

But they'll harass you several times a week with offers.

   
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