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Can anyone recommend any .NET web hosting service? I do not intend to use this for commercial purposes. I’m using it solely for my education and learning .NET programming.

I need to use the web application nopCommerce.

I’ve heard http://www.bluehost.com/ is quite good.

Thanks!
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Hello,

Hosting.com or hostmysite is the cheap, reliable & its provide good services.

http://www.hosting.com/

Regards,
Tushar Kaskhedikar
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Hello,

Bluehost is good for Linux server. Try with 111webhosting & VPS.

Regards,
Tushar Kaskhedikar
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1&1 does .NET and it has always worked quite well for me for my .NET apps.
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goduddy is cheap and reliable...
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would like some more responses
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Hi jeremyll,

Can I ask if you found a good (cheap) .NET web hosting service since you posted this?

I'm using nopCommerce now and I'm looking for a hoster.
I'm considering DiscountASP.net because I used them before and
they were pretty good for the price.
Basic ASP.NET hosting is cheap, but when you have to add SQL Server, SSL, etc.,
it becomes more expensive.
Thanks



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