Which is the top hosting plan you consider??
I need php support hosting... so can you share your experience and which is the best one you consider??
Hosting.com is a good option, I'd take a look at their plans to see if one fits your needs.
DreamHost and HostGator have always been good to me. Both support what your looking for. Dreamhost doesn't use cpanel and instead uses their own backend system where hostgator uses a somewhat standard cpanel setup.
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