most people recommend godaddy or hostgator. I personally use godaddy. Since last 4-5 years i find them good.
by Rajasekhara Reddy -
There are a million places. I personally use Bluehost and have done so for 11 years now. 24/7 phone support, 99.9% uptime.... lots of free stuff with them and it's cheap. http://www.bluehost.com/track/tmpro/CODE13 Disclaimer while I don't work for bluehost in any way, I will get credit if you use my link above to purchase. I don't recommend them because I get something but rather because I believe in them. Godaddy is also good I hear. Oh, and most any good host can also handle your domain name purchase. Bluehost will pay for the name if you sign with them for a year.
by tmorris -
Yo can get both services from the same providers like Tucktail.com .It is a good domain registrar and a good web hosting service provider .
by Rizrak -
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