Windows Web Hosting

 

Web Hosting Details of 3Essentials Host

 

 

Plan Name Starter Windows Web Hosting
Web Space 6 GB
Data Transfer 400 GB
Price $5/month (monthly), $4/month (yearly), $3.85/month (2 years)
Billing Cycle Monthly, Yearly, 2 Years
Payment Options Credit card
E-mail Unlimited POP3/SMTP accounts, Autoresponders, Mailing lists, Spam Free Trusted Mail, Web mail, Outlook (express),
Scripting ASP.NET 2.0/1.1, PHP 4/5, ASP 3.0
Data Upload 1 FTP account
Web Statistics Awstats Statistic
Domain Registration TLD's start at $8.99/year
Support E-mail support, 24/7 online support, Call Sales Toll FREE : 1-800-706-2908
Other Features

Windows server 2003, PLESK Control Panel, IIS 6.0, Frontpage extension, ASP.NET 1.1/2.0 Framework, Shared SSL, ASP Smartupload, ASPTear, ASP Page Counter, Jmail mail components, PHP Peral mail, ASP Crypt, Ms Access databases, MySQL database, Wordpress Blog, PhpBB, osCommerce, Domain Alias, Unlimited Sudomains with FTP accounts.

Date Added Desember 21, 2007
Last Modified -
Company Address

3Essentials, Inc
2719 Graves Dr Suite 12

Goldsboro, NC 27534
Sales & Billing:
1-800-706-2908

 

 

Since 2001, 3Essentials has been hosted any websites. There are thousands sites that they serve today from all the world.

 

They backup their servers everyday and it is protected by redundant firewalls that is monitor 24/7/365. They have Room Level UPS with Diesel Generator, Multiple OC3 Redundant Network Connections, Dell Servers with SCSI Hardrives and Hardware RAID. All Servers located in secure locked cabinet.

 

If you have more than one domain and need to host it in one hosting account, you can upgrade your plan to Multiple Domain Windows Hosting Plan. The price start at $13.95 per month. With this plan you can host 10 domains in one account that mean it is just for $1.50 / month / domain.

 

 

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