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Old 03-24-2003, 10:47 PM
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50% off all packages until 04/15/03


Until April 15, 2003, we are offering a 50% off deal on all plans. You can get your hosting for as little as $4.98/mo. FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR ACCOUNT WITH US.

All packages come with the basic features (SMTP Mail Server, Control Panel, CGI-BIN, 24/7/365 FTP/SSH Access, Auto-Responders, E-Mail Aliases, MX record changes, SSI (Server Side Includes), FREE SSL Secure Server Access, MS FrontPage Support (upon request), Shopping Cart (E-Commerce), Cron Management,
Perl (Version 5.6.1), PHP, Python, URL Redirection, Hosting Manual, Tech Support, Preinstalled Scripts)

Copper Package: $4.98/mo.
50MB Storage
1 GB Bandwidth
POP3 E-Mails

Bronze Package: $7.48/mo.
100MB Storage
2GB Bandwidth
POP3 E-Mails
Mailing List
MySQL Database

Silver Package: $12.48/mo.
200MB Storage
5GB Bandwidth
POP3 E-Mails, Mailing Lists, MySQL Databases, Sub-Domain

Gold Package: $17.48/mo.
350MB Storage
10GB Bandwidth
POP3 E-Mails, Mailing Lists, MySQL Databases, Sub-Domains, Parked Domains, Add-On Domains

Platinum Package: $19.98/mo.
500MB Storage
15GB Bandwidth
unlimited POP3 E-Mails, unlimited Mailing Lists, unlimited MySQL Databases, unlimited Sub-Domains, unlimited, Parked Domains, Add-On Domains

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IMPORTANT: This rate is NOT advertised on the site. To get it, during checkout, enter
Promotion Code: wht0403
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Last edited by mellymell; 03-25-2003 at 05:44 AM.

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