December 22, 2010 · Web Hosting · Comments Off on VEXXHOST Announces Their Annual Holiday Web Hosting Specials
VEXXHOST.COM, one of the leading web hosting providers, announced the release of their holiday web hosting specials. With savings of 75%, the web hosting plan, priced at $2.55 per month, offers unlimited disk space, unlimited monthly transfer (bandwidth), daily backups, free site builder and includes a free domain name with prepaid packages.
This web hosting plan offers all the necessary features for all types of clients, from starter to advanced developers. Backed up by VEXXHOST’s anytime money back guarantee and price freeze guarantee, this web hosting plan makes starting a website easier than ever.
This announcement comes after VEXXHOST numerous new partnerships with large site optimizers such as CloudFlare, an advanced cloud based system that accelerates your website and secures it. Also, a recent new partner, Attracta, which offers search engine optimization utilities (valued at $60 per year) for free to their web hosting customers.
VEXXHOST is a private debt-free company based in Montreal, Canada. The strategic location of their datacenter located in a centralized location between the United States, Europe & western Canada allows for low latency and high transfer speeds. VEXXHOST offers the latest enterprise and stable technologies to their clients at low cost. Starting from shared web hosting, semi-dedicated web hosting, reseller web hosting all up until cloud hosting. Their high quality service coupled with their affordable pricing makes them a high contender in a saturated market.
December 21, 2010 · Web Hosting · Comments Off on Fast & More Security Cloud Hosting
Vexxhost Cloud Hosting Partners With CloudFlare
Vexxhost Cloud hosting provider announced new partnership with CloudFlare to make Vexxhost customers websites faster and more secure, for free. The service is implemented directly from Vexxhost platform. With any other web hosting providers, the customers have to go through the fuss of changing name servers with hassles but with Vexxhost everything is instantly done for the customers, without changing name-servers as they can login to control panel and select “CloudFlare” from the control panel.
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