Webhost New Year gifts

I just got this e-mail from my webhost (Exabytes):

Dear Client,

How was your New Year celebration? Wish that you had a wonderful time! As for Exabytes, we will usher in this New Year with complimentary upgrades just for you, our loyal customers. We have upgraded your disk space, bandwidth, mysql database quota as well as the ability to have addon domains in your EBiz Linux hosting account in line with our latest new offer. Below are the details:

Free Upgrades on EBiz Linux and Windows Hosting Plans:
– Disk Space increased to minimum 5GB
– Bandwidth increased to minimum 50GB
– MYSQL Database Quota increased
– Domain Alias Quota (Park Domains) increased
– More Info: Exabytes Hosting

Free Upgrades on EBiz Linux Hosting Plans:
– Addon Domains now available
– Ruby on Rails is now supported on Exabytes Linux servers
– Fantastico Deluxe 50+ Preinstalled Scripts
– More Info: Exabytes Linux Hosting

Cool eh? They’ve been very good to me, this people. The support is always very satisfactory.

Plus, I’m interested in learning more about Ruby on Rails, so I’m glad my hosting plan support it.

And there’s more too, if you’re interested in making that jump from Blogger/Wordpress.com/etc to your own domain:

In conjunction with this year end festive and holiday seasons, we are giving out 1000 .com / net / org / info / biz domain names for free to the first 1000 clients who order an EBiz 2 – 5 Linux or Windows hosting plans on first come first serve basic. Terms and conditions apply.

Terms and Conditions:

* Valid for new signup of EBiz 2, EBiz 3, EBiz 4 & EBiz 5 hosting plan only.
* FREE domain offer is restricted to .com / net / org / info / biz new domain registration only.
* FREE domain name is valid for the 1st year of hosting only.
* Not exchangeable with cash or other offer.
* Limited time offer.

Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!

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One thought on “Webhost New Year gifts”

  1. Sashi…am considering whether to upgrade my Typepad account or to move to a webhost and download WordPress/MT. What do you think? I’m such a lazy techie but the difference in cost is quite substantial.

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