Host Color Launches “Summer Combo Deal”

(Ping! Zine) – Host Color, a globally truster web hosting provider announced today a new Combo deal based on its Multi Domain Hosting plan named “Multi Site”. The Multi Site customers now get Free Essential SSL certificate, Free Domain name and are eligible for Free SSL upgrade to Extended Validation, Green Bar.
The Multi Site hosting plan priced at $8.99/month now includes “Essential SSL” and allows website owners to get a free SSL upgrade to Extended Validation (EV), Green BAR SSL certificate, the highest assurance digital certificate available in Internet. The offers saves Host COlor’s customers $359/year on website security products.
“This is a great SSL Hosting deal for small-business owners. We now provide them with Secure website solution and thanks to our partnership with the digital certificate authority Comodo, they can upgrade their SSL to Green Bar EV”, said Martin Andreev, a VP of Operations of Host Color LLC.
Alongside with the SSL Hosting promotional campaign his company does a separate promotion on Comodo, Green Bar Extended Validation SSL certificates.
Anyone who purchases a standard single-domain “Essential SSL” digital certificate, priced at $39/year can qualify for a Free upgrade to EV SSL. To find out more about this promotion read the news “Get Free Upgrade To Green Bar EV SSL Certificate”.
Host Color has recently announced the release of coupon code AUGUST2010. It offers 15% instant rebate on all Virtual Private Server Hosting plans based on Parallels Virtuozzo Containers. Site owners who need to host their websites in an isolated, custom IT hosting environment can use the discount code AUGUST2010 on the second sign-up page at HostColor.com. The promo code expires on September 1, 2010.
Last month the web host launched Cloud Hosting services. Company’s customers can now choose to host websites on High Availability, load-balanced IP based cPanel accounts. The Host Color Cloud (hostcolor.com/cloud) is build on a fully redundant, scalable infrastructure based on Supermicro Datacenter Blade hardware and powered by Fuscan Linux Cloud enterprise hosting automation platform.

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