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Free Hosting Goes Bingo!
May 01, 2006 @ 13:22:12

David Costa has submitted a new item today about the start of a new contest to win one of the DotGeek free PHP5 web hosting offered by the - one of 50 hosting slots that are open each month.

Since 2004 Dotgeek.org has provided a free hosting solution for PHP developers. It is currently the only hosting service offering a free plan (no catch, no need to upgrade, there is no upgrade) with CPANEL, PHP 5, the possiblity to host your own domain and the usual suspects (MySQL, Sqlite, PostgreSQL).

However, to face the great volume of requests Dotgeek has for new hosting signups, we've just started a monthly contest, the PHP Hosting Bingo. Every month you can win one of the 50 hosting plan openings by signing up for a "ticket". Once again, there are no ads, no upgrade plans and simply no plan, and to participate to the PHP 5 Hosting Bingo visit http://dotgeek.org.

The next drawing will be On May 27th (2006) and will be announced both live on IRC (in #dotgeek on the Freenode network) and on their site. Head over to the signup page for your chance!

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