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Host1Plus Improves User Experience, Launches a Renewed Website

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January 19, 2015
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The international hosting provider Host1Plus presents a renewed website and boosts user experience with significantly improved functionality and design

 

This week Host1Plus has launched a new website based on customers’ experiences. The renewed design is expected to provide greater functionality and more convenient usage for both the clients and the visitors of Host1Plus.

 

The new step-by-step checkout system ensures immaculate security along with a few new payment options, such as EBANX, PayU, cashU and more. The customers are able to see distinguished steps on how to check out and end the purchase and the new simplified verification process does not consume as much time as before.

 

Moreover, Host1Plus has finally launched a fully responsive web design and provides consistent and responsive experience across desktop and mobile devices. The new customer-driven website enables better navigation and a pleasant environment. A simplified layout, relevant and informative product and service descriptions significantly ease the use of the website.

 

“The new design was carefully built through understanding what our customers care for – we have addressed a selection of our customers so as to reveal the true needs of Host1Plus clients. Our focus on the user experience resulted in a completely new website design. We sincerely hope that the renewed website will bring greater satisfaction and confidence in our services.” – said Andrius Kazlauskas, the co-founder and CEO of Host1Plus.

 

This month the company has also announced the repositioning in the South American market and its withdrawal from Chile. The changes were made in order to optimize the infrastructure and increase the quality of Host1Plus services for the users in the region.

By Dovainis Kalėda
Categories: News
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