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Host Color Offers 35% off Easter Special


By Derek Iwasiuk
April 06, 2007

Host Color, a global shared web hosting provider has announced today it has reduced the prices of all of the company’s web hosting packages with 35% during the Easter week. The promotion will be valid until Friday the 13th, next week.

The web host is happy to offer the cut prices to its new and existing customers and partners for the coming holidays and company’s representative once again declared the dedication of Host Color to give big presents and say “thank you” to all its clients. The Easter Promotion also includes and free .com, .net and .org domain names for the Mega hosting plan and free .us or .ca domain with the Multi Domain hosting package, the host offers.

Recently, Host Color announced it has installed new pre-installed scripts, which are part of the PowerTools package coming with Max, Mega and Multi Domain plans. The new software includes Dolphin and Orca – 2 in 1 script – web community software, Zend Optimizer and Vanilla Forums. The company is currently preparing the next version of its automotive web hosting software control panel NextColor v. 2 which is expected to be released by the middle of May 2007.

Although, the prices are almost half reduced, all the people who take advantage of our web hosting services will receive the same quality of service and the customer care from our 24/7, phone, email and support ticket staff, added the Host Color Support Team Manager.

Host Color LLC is a U.S. web hosting company incorporated in Delaware. It hosts its customers web sites is data centers in South Bend, Indiana and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Company offers discounts to academics and non-governmental organizations. It provides shared hosting services in Europe through Host Color Europe web site and Managed Servers through its new web site Host Color Servers.

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