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Martok

Well-known member
Good idea.

At $20 a month, that should get you 7 months worth of forum for the equivalent cost (less hosting fees), followed by nothing.

Still, at least it's cheaper, right?
You forgot to mention that for $20 per month you can only have 25 users online average and 2Gb storage. Best keep that forum small. ;)
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
And don't forget (and pretty sure this is correct) robots count as online users, so that can knock your actual users down even further.
 

Dakota Storm

Well-known member
And don't forget (and pretty sure this is correct) robots count as online users, so that can knock your actual users down even further.
Yup, you're correct about that, there have been several discussions on the IPS support site about it if I remember correctly.
 

Mag07

Member
The fact the one can not afford something, does not make it expensive. Price is a relative value. In most of the Western world, 140USD+VAT is hardly bank breaking for anyone with a job, even if it takes a while to save up. Yes, not all of us are fortunate enough to be in a place where that amount of money is pocket cash, however, there are great open source alternatives.

You obviously would like to be in a position that allows you for a purchase - having a job paid well enough that generates some level of disposable income. Why than, would you want others to work for pennies? ;)
 

+DS_DV+

Active member
SImply go to your Parents or if they also cant affor it to your next Bank ... at least in Europe a credit for 150€ is nearly 0% interest.

Than pay your 20 a month ... after a year you have no more payments (like when you buy a car)

its how i did it :p - Sparkasse FTW
 
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