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AdyM 1,768 May 4, 2013 at 10:32 PM in Computers (2) More FatCow Deals
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Promoted 05-05-2013 at 08:40 AM View Original Post
FatCow.com offers 1 Year of Web Hosting for $1 through the end of the day today. If are you not seeing the $1 offer, try to clear your cookies and try again. Thanks AdyM

Note: A domain registration is not included in the $1/yr offer. You can use an existing domain or register a new domain with them at the regular rate. 

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Edited May 5, 2013 at 01:31 AM by widgit
Special Deal for Cinco de Mayo — Olé!
Web hosting for $1.00

http://www.fatcow.com/popups/230

¡Buenos D_as! Is there any way we can talk you into rejoining our herd? Whether you're creating a new website from scratch, or moving your existing site back to our pasture, we want to make it worth your while. That's why we'll only charge you a dollar for the first year »

There's no catch — we simply think that we provide a good service and that, once you try us out again, you'll want to continue doing business with us.

Please note: a domain registration is not included in the $1.00 offer. You can point an existing domain to your account with us or register a new domain with us at our regular rate. Still a great deal, even with the cost of a domain!

This special offer is only good for today, May 5th — Cinco de Mayo! — and only good while supplies last. There is a limited number of hosting plans we can sell at such a low price, so take advantage of this deal while you can!

This offer is only good while supplies last. There is a limited number of hosting plans we can sell at such a low price, so take advantage of this deal while you can. And please -- one per customer!

This full featured plan includes:

Unlimited disk space, bandwidth and email accounts
Your choice of site builders
Your choice of blog applications
Your choice of shopping carts
Ad credits for Google, Yahoo!/Bing and Facebook

Regular prices after 1st year:

http://www.fatcow.com/knowledgeba...cleID=1761 [fatcow.com]

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#61
Quote from CyberGuy View Post :
If I register here [networksolutions.com] and then get in on this deal, will I have my own website for $1.50 for the 1st year? I've never set up a website before, so I'm just asking. Thanks.
Yes, you would be able to have a website for $1.50 if you combine both deals. You could even have emails for your new domain with this. And if you had more than one domain you could use them all with this hosting... at least that's the way it appears to me so far.
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#62
It's GLANDULAR!
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#63
Man, stick with hostgator or go with Fatcow?
I went with the month to month payment when I started my site last month on hostgator in case I found a good deal, but I'm really liking their setup and uptime thus far... man, for a buck, though, I feel like I don't have much to lose...
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#64
To they allow .tk domain names? can't find anywhere on their webpage.
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#65
In for a new host for a buck!

Also, for those looking for a domain, the Network Solutions $0.50 is still alive, so you get a domain+hosting for $1.50 for the first year.

http://slickdeals.net/f/5979918-1-Year-Domain-Name-Registrations-0-50?v=1
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#66
Can anyone who signed on for the deal/has used them before tell me what the transfer process is like and whether they use CPanel?
Has anyone had any uptime issues?
I'm finding a LOT of reviews that say the transfer process with them has been a nightmare, that their stock control panel is extremely difficult to use, and that their customer service can be extremely helpful.
I'm not a complete novice, but I don't feel like going through a lot of drama to transfer a site I just worked very hard to build just to experience the same type of downtime issues I was escaping by building a new site on a new host... Gee, I think I just convinced myself not to jump on this deal.
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#67
Quote from DTphonehome View Post :
FatCow, huh? Looks like my ex-wife started a web-hosting business!
Totally mean spirited! (of course I smiled and laughed...what does that say about me lol? )
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#68
If you don't need server side support I would recommend Amazon AWS S3. It's free the first year, and my 4 web sites that use the same account only cost 3 cents per month which does not get billed, so it is still free for me after a year. My registrar is Godaddy and I use their DNS to Cname to Amazon AWS buckets.
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#69
Did anyone successfully complete the order while trying to pay via PayPal, ?
Tried using PayPal but got the message that my order is getting reviewed .
I can go the cc way, but would like to be sure that they won't double charge my PayPal account also.
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#70
I'm on Fatcow and have been using it for several years. But I use it almost exclusively for email (myself, wife, children, siblings, etc.). I do have a very basic web site, but I did it only for fun. I don't think anyone other than myself actually ever looks at it. Smilie

I used to use email forwarding from a different ISP, but Comcast began giving me hassles when using email forwarding because my domain registrar forwarded everything (spam email included). Comcast started marking the ISP as a spammer and would block ALL email! And some NEVER showed up. I went round and round with Comcast. The ISP also tried to help. Comcast would "fix" it, and do it all over again. Finally had to search out a different ISP that provided good email service and settled on Fatcow (first year was cheap). However, I just renewed for 2 years at $191.76.

I'd like to find something cheaper that allows email message sizes larger than 10MB. Fatcow allows up to 25MB message sizes, so I can email some larger files when necessary.

Any suggestions?
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#71
For security reasons, your purchase has been suspended and is being reviewed by our order verification team.The review process is typically quite fast and you will not be charged until the review is complete. If you have any questions, please contact our Billing Department at 888.278.9780 or id@fatcow-inc.com.

piece of crap service...
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#72
Thanks + Repped
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#73
Does anyone know if fatcow has a limitation on individual file sizes uploaded to one's account? I woke up at 4am this morning and saw this deal and bought without thinking. I have a few sites that have various custom firmware for raspberry pi, xbmc, etc... Some of the uploaded files can get rather large. Also, am I overlooking it and they don't use CPanel?
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#74
In for 1, dollar that is.
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#75
nevermind Big Grin
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