Manchester, United Kingdom, April 21, 2008 . 34SP.com expand their VPS hosting packages with the release of a new ‘mini VPS’ hosting plan. The new package is aimed at small businesses and web designers alike. The new product marries the robust, stable 34SP.com VPS hosting platform with affordable pricing.
Stuart Melling, 34SP.com’s development director explained, “Our VPS hosting packages have become wildly popular since their launch a few months ago. They have proven to be perfect solutions for high traffic domains, professional web designers and cutting edge programmers. One major piece of feedback from our customers was that needed smaller, more keenly priced VPS hosting. We aren’t ones to argue with popular demand, so we released our new mini VPS hosting package this week.
“The mini VPS is still a very powerful and flexible hosting platform. Even with the price reduction, the plans are hosted on Quad Xeon servers and guaranteed at least 256MB RAM; in times of low usage accounts they can alo burst above this. We also provide 10GB storage for every account. We never oversell our services ensuring a stable, smooth and reliable experience for our clients. We are so confident in the platform that all accounts come with a 99.99% uptime guarantee.
“With our optional Plesk control panel the new mini VPS hosting package is perfect for web designers looking to host a small number of demanding domains in a secure and reliable environment.”
For more information on 34SP.com VPS hosting see: http://www.34sp.com/vps-hosting
About 34SP.com: Founded in the year 2000, 34SP.com was established with the aim of bridging the gap between sophisticated hosting solutions and affordable prices. 34SP.com has become synonymous with content management focused hosting, reliability, professionalism and value for money. The company is head quartered in central Manchester, England.
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