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We are looking for a decent hosting provider for our Flash widget (several SWF files) The widget is quite popular. The download traffic is 4TB per month and it is growing.

CPU/Memory just do not matter.

Can you recommend a decent hosting for our case?

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closed as off topic by Jason Berg, Iain, Scott Pack, DanBig, Ben Pilbrow Feb 4 '11 at 18:01

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If you are just hosting files I would use Amazon S3 ( and Amazon Cloudfront ( Its ridiculously easy to use and you only pay for what you consume.

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As far as I see Amazon S3 is very expensive as well as Amazon Cloudfront. It costs $100/1TB/Month At the moment we pay $100/month/4TB at Superb Hosting – par Feb 4 '11 at 16:21
Why not stick with them, then? If they're decent and cheap, awesome. If you want to move because they're not decent, maybe that's why the decent hosts are more expensive. – ceejayoz Feb 9 '11 at 17:39

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