Gullo's Hosting | One Buck Hosting! | UK, DAL, CHI, AUS, SGP Locations!
Are you in need of some affordable web hosting? You've come to the right place! Check out some of my LEB deals I am offering. If you have any questions feel free to ask! I am here to help =D.
1 GB Full SSD Storage
50GB Bandwidth (UK, DAL, & CHI)
5GB Bandwidth (AUS & SGP)
3 Email Addresses
3 FTP Users
$1/year - Order Now in UK
$1/year - Order Now in Dallas
$1/year - Order Now in Chicago (Out of Stock)
$6/year - Order Now in Australia
$6/year - Order Now in Singapore
3 GB Full SSD Storage
100GB Bandwidth (UK, DAL, & CHI)
10GB Bandwidth (AUS & SGP)
5 Email Addresses
5 FTP Users
$3/year - Order Now in UK
$3/year - Order Now in Dallas
$3/year - Order Now in Chicago (Out of Stock)
$12/year - Order Now in Australia
$12/year - Order Now in Singapore
Looking for more storage or bandwidth? Let me know in the comments I can make you a great deal!
I am offering these servers myself and not as a company. If you have any questions or need support at any time it will always be me answering you, Because of this the whole support process will be more streamlined as you will only be talking with me. It is my goal to keep all users satisfied by any means and I will strive to do so.
Test IP WEB (UK): 126.96.36.199
Test IP WEB (DAL): 188.8.131.52
Test IP WEB (CHI): 184.108.40.206
Test IP WEB (AUS): 220.127.116.11
Test IP WEB (SGP): 18.104.22.168
International @Cam of hostery.
I am expecting $1/yr SGP
If I could do it I would
Interesting pricing model... Seems too cheap....
I am not hating by the way. As a consumer, I would aggressively look for coupons on hosting review sites. It seems that many successful hosting companies mark their pricing up to discount it afterwards.
I used to think the same, @Cam delivers.
Idk which domain I will use. Can I change it later?
Yes but would require you to open a ticket.
Chicago location is out of stock. You should remove from topic title
Thanks. It says (Out of Stock) next to it.
Is SSH available?
Yes, Not in SGP or AUS.
You should have a "No knobs" clause in your TOS as well.