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TJR Networks Launches With 25% Off Promotion

January 5, 2005; 05:57 AM

Auckland, NZ - (DomainInformer) - January 5, 2005. TJR Networks (, a new New Zealand based web services company, today announced its launch with a 25% discount on all of its hosting plans. The new company offers a range of hosting plans designed to suit both personal and business needs, starting at just US$14.99 per year for the Basic package all the way up to US$119.99 for the Deluxe package. TJR Networks hopes to expand its services during 2005 with the addition of a low cost domain name registration service and design service.

"We are pleased to announce our launch with a variety of competitively priced plans," said Timothy Roberts, founder of TJR Networks. "Our web hosting services will target both experienced users and beginners. We are able to offer super low prices due to the exclusion of costly services such as a 24/7 telephone support desk and daily backups. Most people don't need or want to pay for these services and we hope to attract customers who are being overcharged by their internet service providers and other hosting companies to our plans."

TJR Networks provides limited support for its customers via its online forums. However, most users will find they have very few problems once their account is up and running. A set of online tutorials will soon be available for those new to web hosting explaining how to do simple tasks such as setting up email accounts, adding sub-domains, checking site statistics and adding customised error pages.

"The aim of TJR Networks is to provide quality web hosting at prices everyday people can afford," added the TJR Networks founder. "If you never use tech support or only use it once or twice a year, you are paying for something you don't need. The problem is that many people don't realise this and end up paying out hundreds of dollars for no reason. We are a small company and can therefore provide a far more personalised service than larger corporations."



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