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I'm looking for a low cost linux shared hosting provider based in Germany in order to setup a website for a friend. The servers of the provider should be based in Germany as well - that's the target market.

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you could think about accepting one answer, no? – VP. Oct 21 '10 at 14:44
Try or (you can choose german IP there too). – Spacedust Aug 27 '12 at 11:07

i use the following one and i think that they are really good for webhosting.

I never used their package for webhosting. I have one VPS there and i'm quite happy. Their datacenter is in münchen.

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i use flosoft

their starter servers are amazing good value and are not vps's, so you get 100% of your machine. Good bandwidth too! You get full root access so you can setup what you want!

tell them lee sent you and you'll they will wave setup cost's. :-)

I hope this help's.

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their prices looks good but their datacenter is not in Germany, it means, for google SEO , it's not interesting – VP. Oct 14 '10 at 11:19
They have data ceters in Germany. are you sating the google ranks on ip range? – The Unix Janitor Oct 15 '10 at 0:43
yes they're AS is in france.. for google it means france :-) – VP. Oct 21 '10 at 14:43

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