Host Color Offers Domain Promotion to Hosting Customers
Host Color LLC (hostcolor.com), a Delaware based web hosting company now
offers $1 domain name registration to its Max and Mega pack hosting
customers. Domain extensions included in the promotion are com, net, org,
biz, info, us, ws, name and co.uk domain extensions. Promotional prices for
domain registration will also apply to Host Color Europe
(hostcoloreurope.com), the europeaen affiliate of the company.
"Our new domain promotion is message to our customers that shows we are
committed to keeping our prices accessible and our hosting offers reliable
as ever. We try to form a reasonable pricing policy even though others try to
overbid the market. We still keep to the budget class hosting services but
what we give our customers is more flexibility. To meet their requirements
we implemented our own hosting software solutions that have helped us to offer
more comprehensive service." says Host Color's Executive Director Vesselin
Although Host Color's established itself as budget hosting provider, the
company's advanced Mega Pack hosting plan offers services such as SSH access
that are associated with higher class hosting services says also Mr.
Drangajov, Host Color's executive.
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