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Hurray, I have found a great free web hosting with ASP.NET 2.0 support. Brinkster People provide free ASP.NET hosting following supports.



  • Package Features.
    30 mb web space
    500 MB WEB TRAFFIC (limited to 16.7 mb web traffic per day)
    1 brinkster.net e-mail account with 10 mb space
    24/7/365 E-MAIL SUPPORT
    Brinkster control panel

  • Supported Technologies.

    ASP 3.0
    ASP.NET
    xml 4.0
    wap enabled
    flash enabled
    ssi - server side includes
    MDAC 2.8
    MS ACCESS
    .NET MOBILE INTERNET TOOLKIT
    ONLINE FILE MANAGER

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  1. There are so many Web Hosting Services in the locality but only few can be trusted. Look for the providers that are high in quality, high in performance and high-availability. Cost-effective, scalable, and customizable to meet the evolving business and technical requirements of companies.

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  2. I used their free account back in 2002 when they just had ASP... I liked them so I've had a pay account since 2003. I have no complaints. There was only one instance in all these years where the server was slow and their system admin resolved it (it is a shared hosting environment after all, unless you pay for one of the larger packages). Good service though for .Net 2.0 hosting.

    Now, if they'd only support .Net 3.5 sooner than later I can be in sync with my work environment.

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