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GreenGeeks

GreenGeeks

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Selected hosting package: EcoSite
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12 Month Contract$ 5.95 /mo$ 71.40
24 Month Contract$ 4.95 /mo$ 118.80
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4.8 stars
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Comment from: thanks Visitor

thanks
5 stars

thanks a lot

2015-09-08 @ 14:55

Comment from: Mila Visitor

Mila
4 stars

PROS: Green, Green, Green, great customer support and fast/easy set up, paypal payments, BBB acredited

CONS: on the pricier end of the industry (but I guess we have to pay a premium for organic food so why not for eco-friendly hosting)

CONCLUSION: would be perfect if they were a tad cheaper

2010-05-06 @ 18:22

Comment from: terrence Visitor

terrence
5 stars

we need to stop thinking about ourselves and do more and more things for the planet, and sometimes it’s annoying (like recycling) but with GreenGeek I can feel good about helping the planet and yet I (myself personally) ahve to do nothing, just made the choice to choose the right host (and they are as good as the next guy/host).

2010-05-06 @ 18:14

Comment from: Johan Visitor

Johan
5 stars

300% green sold me and I encourage others to buy a green provider. By 2020 powering the internet could be as polluting as the airline industry if you don’t.

2010-03-19 @ 14:06


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