Host1Plus Reduces VPS Hosting Prices by 30%

The international hosting provider Host1Plus introduces reduced VPS hosting prices

 

On Monday Host1Plus announced new VPS pricing as a result of a growing demand for high-performance services. The prices were dropped by up to 30% starting Silver. Despite the decrease of VPS prices, plan configurations are left the same.

 

In addition, the company preserves additional discounts for longer billing cycles. The highest discount is applied for 24-month billing cycles and was increased from 11% up to 20%.

 

“Our sole intention of lowering VPS prices is to take root in the market with competitive pricing and further develop a highly accessible service. By introducing these changes we truly hope to improve customer experience and fulfill the growing need of high-performance VPS services,” says Viktorija Poderskienė, the CMO of Host1Plus.

 

The renewed VPS hosting plans are already available on the Host1Plus official website. All VPS customers who want to take advantage of the new prices are advised to contact Host1Plus Support department at support@host1plus.com.

 

About Host1Plus

Host1Plus is an international hosting provider, offering a range of services from domain name registration, shared, VPS, reseller hosting and SSL certificates. Host1Plus provides affordable and customizable solutions to meet the needs of bloggers, developers, web designers and business owners in managing their online assets.The main values of Host1Plus include network stability, service reliability, and excellent customer care. Founded in London, UK, in 2008, the company now has a global presence with multiple data centers and local support teams in Africa, Europe, North and South Americas; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.

 

The main values of Host1Plus include network stability, service reliability, and excellent customer care. Founded in London, UK, in 2008, the company now has a global presence with multiple data centers and local support teams in Africa, Europe, North and South Americas; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.