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Old 12-01-2008, 02:50 AM
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Have Peace of Mind! Offsite Backup Now! 15GB/$4.99 120GB/$14.99 250GB/$34.99!

Hi,
Give yourself and your client peace of mind with WebbyCart.com RSYNC BACKUP Service. Whether you're backing up 1GB or 100GB, rsync technology gives you the efficiency you need to perform daily remote backup with little resource usage.
This is excellent for Web Resellers*, Using Virtual Private Servers, Dedicated Server Owners and even for Shared Hosting Accounts hosted ANYWHERE*. This is an additional service for Web Host to provide for their clients starting only at $4.99 / month!.
Here are the Plans:
Rsync Basic Plan
* 15 GB Disk Space
* Daily Backup
* $4.99 / month
Rsync Business Plan
* 120 GB Disk Space
* Daily Backup
* $14.99 / month
Rsync Power Plan
* 250GB Disk Space
* Daily Backup
* $34.99 / month
Our Plan is too large or too small?? - We can create custom plan for you!
Features
* Uses the very efficient Rsync Technology
* Can be set as Daily, Weekly, Monthly or any given time of the day/week.
* Highly configurable, can backup specific directories, users, partition, etc.
* Uses SSH Encryption
* On the fly Compression
* Get Back Online Instantly with Samba Mount
* FTP, SSH and Control Panel Access.
* No Data Transfer Limit
* Free Setup


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