Revealed: UK's best web hosts
By Tim Danton, PC Pro Editor
Posted on 30 Oct 2006 at 20:23
The following is PC Pro's exclusive list of the top web hosts, as voted for by over 16,000 readers. These companies will all be competing for the prestigious Best Web Host Award at the official awards ceremony on Monday 4 December.
To make this list, the companies must have beaten the industry average for customer support, reliability and customer satisfaction. With opinions given on over 5,000 different web-hosting packages (click here for more information), this is the UK's most comprehensive survey of its kind.
The shortlist, in alphabetical order, is:
The winners will be announced on this website on Tuesday 5 December.
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