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hello,

I'm looking for a hosting company ASP .NET (code behind support), sql server 2000, 24/7 support, no yearly charge, reasonable prices, anybody knows a good company?

thank you.
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http://www.stargate.com has all of that. They have the best prices I've seen anywhere and many different options depending on how much web space and bandwidth you need. Make sure you look carefully at each plan because the low end plans don't have SQL Server 2000 support. I believe the plan for $9.95/month has SQL Server 2000 support.
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thank you!
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