SINGAPORE (8/1/2005) – HubMe Network (http://www.hubme.com), a new Asian web hosting provider, announced today it has officially opened its doors for new hosting clients.
The company, which was founded earlier this year, hopes to specialize in high-needs hosting clients, by offering one-on-one support and quality servers. It also plans to locate servers in the eastern, central, and western United States for added redundancy.
Ronald Goh, executive director and founder of HubMe Network, also hopes to give back to local communities.
“We plan to provide free hosting to non-profit charity organizations,” said Goh. “It’s something I have always wanted to be a part of.”
Services the company offers for all clients include shared hosting, and site transfer services. Hosting plans start at $9.95 a month with no setup fees. As a promotional offer, new clients will only pay one dollar for their first month.
HubMe Network was created after Goh saw a need for simplification in the industry, and economically stable providers.
“Our industry is not merely about getting rich, it’s about giving back to the people who support you,” said Goh. “We are taking small business and individual hosting to the next level.”
Goh hopes to be able to offer assistance to small businesses starting out on the internet for the first time.
“Nobody’s going to be left alone, our team is going to be here to personally assist all of our clients as they grow their websites,” he said.
About HubMe Network
HubMe Network (http://www.hubme.com) is a high-quality web hosting company, focused on providing excellence in the realm linux hosting and support. Based in Singapore , HubMe Network boasts an international customer reach – and offers a plethora of shared hosting plans.