(Gawkwire.com) – HostV announced that it has added a new, unprecedented three year billing cycle option for all of its Virtual Private Servers and Hybrid servers. The prepaid 36-month billing cycle enables customers to lock-in tremendous savings.
Unmanaged Virtual Private Servers now start at just $19.99 per month, which includes 512MB of RAM (recently doubled from 256MB), 50GB of RAID-10 protected storage, an additional 50GB ServerSnapShot™ backup, 1500GB of bandwidth, and a choice of five pre-installed Linux distributions. Managed Virtual Private Servers start at just $29.99 per month for the same array of features.
“We often speak of trying to stay competitive and ahead of the curve with our feature upgrades and price reductions. By adding a three year billing cycle on our already generous plans, we feel we’re going beyond being competitive—we’re becoming trailblazers, and our sales trend indicates the market is responding well to it,” said John Xie, president of Cirtex Corp., HostV parent company.
Hybrid Servers, which come fully managed and combine the power and stability of enterprise-class servers with the cost-savings of virtualization, now start at just $129.99 monthly. The starting plan offers 2048MB of RAM (recently doubled from 1024MB), a whopping 300GB of RAID-10 protected storage, an additional 300GB ServerSnapShot™ backup, and 7500GB of bandwidth.
In addition to the 3 year billing cycle, HostV also introduced a 2 year billing cycle, which incorporates additional savings. Due to the time commitment, the 3 year billing cycle offers clients substantially the most savings.
Earlier this year, HostV introduced Ksplice Uptrack, allowing it to update Linux servers without rebooting. Linux kernel updates are automatically converted into rebootless update packages, and HostV can simply apply the update remotely without causing a disruption or significant performance hit on the server.
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