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I would like to ask about the most reliable hosts offering low-cost hosting plans with these specs:
3 Tbs of disk space, bandwidth - 40 TB, Linux. managed
I have found Cloudarion.com and Digitalserver.com.mx - their web hosting plans look ok for my sites.
What are your views on their services, pricing, features?
Alternatives?
You'd better choose Digitalserver.com.mx dedicated servers in Mexico. It is reliable host.
Great host, pricing is average, but support is the best I have seen, goes out of their way to make sure everything is working just right for you.
Well, digitalserver.com.mx is the best hosting service I have ever used and I highly recommend it to anyone without reservations.
This web host runs an honest business that treats customers with respect, and this is the most important quality of a web host.
I would recommend eWebGuru most reliable web hosting provider. To know more visit:https://www.ewebguru.com/

features of eWebGuru
  • 99.9% uptime guarantee
  • free migration
  • Fully managed web hosting
  • easy to use control panel
  • ultimate 24*7*365 technical support
Give my vote for Cloudarion.com servers. They started to offer nice new brand servers for any webmaster's needs.
It is rated at the top of my list for a satisfying experience. Recommended these professionals to others.
These guys are awesome. You do need to know what you're doing, but when confused, Cloudarion.com always respond and guide and even straighten things out for you.
The support is outstanding, best in the business, the server is always online.
The best way to choose a web hosting service is to ask yourself the following questions:

What sort of budget do you have?
What level of resources (i.e. storage space, bandwidth and CPU) will you need?
Do you have specific needs when it comes to uptime, security, etc?
Are you prepared to manage your server yourself?
Where should the server be located?
The answers to those questions should give you a rough idea of the kind of web host that you’re looking for. If you’d prefer not to manage your own server then consider going for a managed host. They cost a little more than unmanaged hosts but it’s often worth it if your budget allows it or if you’d prefer to avoid the hassle.