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    Originally posted by BaLa
    actually alone the fact that you're supporting SG would be a good enough reason
    That's why I joined.

    Thanks for the memories SG.....

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    Is there a college discount?

    please please please

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    Originally posted by BaLa
    actually alone the fact that you're supporting SG would be a good enough reason IMHO


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    Originally posted by Indy
    Funds were a little tight...this was the earliest I could do

    So long as you joined up that's all that counts.
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    I for one love how easy it is to use the image hosting......much easier then Ranchweb, whom I still have a account with...But not much longer.....

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    Originally posted by chevyman282
    I for one love how easy it is to use the image hosting......much easier then Ranchweb, whom I still have a account with...But not much longer.....

    chevy....

    Yeah 1 thing I would like to see is a link to file management up in the menu's at the top of the screen. I don't know how easy that would be to do though.
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    so how are teh signups going, we over 10 yet? lol

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    Originally posted by YARDofSTUF
    so how are teh signups going, we over 10 yet? lol

    Probably Closer to 20 than 10.
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    Id join but the ads dont bug me, I have web hosting and money is really really really really tight. maybe later

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    Oh sure I see this after I throw down some serious loot on a new rig. Well I do love SG so count me in for 3 months for now. I'll snag a year for sure just for the cause. Hell mabey I can twist Bumps arm a bit too. Hey do we get SG union cards too? Now that would totaly own.


    PS:It looks great Philip

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    perhaps some of you whom have the service can answer this question for me.

    I am curious if you have to do anything other than normal to log into SG. I have my cookies enabled on most of my machines that I work from and I would hate to have to type in a username or anything each time I visited SG.

    So, how does the system tell whom is premium and whom is not?

    Also, quick question for Philip, if I were to initially go with 1 month then upgrade to a year subscription; would I then only have to pay the difference of cost or would it cost the whole amount and extend my contract?

    I am just a curious buck as I have a website where I can host my own images, the ads don't really bother me too much as I have become accostomed to them, the thing I like the most is the port scanner. I have 6 different rigs on my network at home and I do want to keep it as secure as possible while still allowing myself to access the network remotely.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Lance you don't have to do anything different when logging in. Only the main page shows anything different. It shows when your subscription expires, and it gives you a link to the "File Manager" and a link to the advanced port scanner.
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    Originally posted by lance
    perhaps some of you whom have the service can answer this question for me.

    I am curious if you have to do anything other than normal to log into SG. I have my cookies enabled on most of my machines that I work from and I would hate to have to type in a username or anything each time I visited SG.

    So, how does the system tell whom is premium and whom is not?

    Also, quick question for Philip, if I were to initially go with 1 month then upgrade to a year subscription; would I then only have to pay the difference of cost or would it cost the whole amount and extend my contract?

    I am just a curious buck as I have a website where I can host my own images, the ads don't really bother me too much as I have become accostomed to them, the thing I like the most is the port scanner. I have 6 different rigs on my network at home and I do want to keep it as secure as possible while still allowing myself to access the network remotely.

    Thanks in advance.

    -lance
    Once you register, anytime you decide to extend your sunscription (while it is active), it is calculated from the time the initial one expires. So, if you were to get a 1 month subscription today (2003-07-02 to 2003-08-02) and decide to extend on the 15th, it will actually add a year to your existing subsctiption and become 2003-07-02 to 2004-08-02.

    If on the other hand you let your initial subscription expire, any subsequent subscription will begin on the date you subscribe.

    I hope this answers your question, thanks for the interest
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    so then does it adjust the price also? would the cost be pro-rated?


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    Originally posted by lance
    so then does it adjust the price also? would the cost be pro-rated?


    -lance

    No, it is the same price. It just adds on. Say I got a Months Subscription on the 1st of June, and then on the 15th of June Decided I wanted to add a year onto my subscription. It would still cost the $7 or whatever for the first month and the $60 for the year. However the Month Subscription would expire on the 30th of June then the Year subscription would run from July 1st to July 1st of the next year. It just adds on to the end of the subscription.
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    Originally posted by lance
    so then does it adjust the price also? would the cost be pro-rated?


    -lance
    The cost for the initial monthly subscription wont change, if that's what you're asking... The cost for the additional year would be $60 as stated.

    If we were to prorate all the monthly subscriptions there would be no insentive for a yearly subscription, users could just extend every month. It is all there for a reason - the fewer transactions there are, the less fees are involved. For example a monthly subscription costs us $0.47 just for transaction fees.
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    gotcha!!!

    thanks, that is what I was wondering, to see if I really think that 60 bux is too much at once or to just pay for a month to try it out and upgrade from there. I gotta be cost efficient ya know

    Thanks again,

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    Is there some contract, that if I buy a 1-year, I'll still get the same (Or better) service? This sounds pretty good so far. (AND original. I haven't seen other sites offer a service like this.)
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    Originally posted by Night Runner
    Is there some contract, that if I buy a 1-year, I'll still get the same (Or better) service? This sounds pretty good so far. (AND original. I haven't seen other sites offer a service like this.)
    Thanks for the positive comments about the service.

    There are no guarantees as per the legal contract/Terms of Service to avoid liability on our side, however we do stand 100% behind our services, being it free or premium. Even in the unlikely event that we were to discontinue some part of our services, we'd still honor our current premium members.
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    SG Speed Test?

    just seen this when was this added?..

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