Windows Web Hosting

 

Web Hosting Details of ACTIVE-SERVER

 

Active-server.com is hosting division of Plateau Ltd., that offers many IT services like Networking, Microsoft Exchange Server, Internet Support, etc

Active-Server.com offers Economy Windows 2003 server with 250 MB and Unlimited bandwidth. You can upload your ASP scripts to this plan hosting or use the Microsoft Frontpage extension.

Their price is $14.95 per month but if you order by semi annual or annual payment you get some discount. 

The economy Windows 2003 hosting plan is design for both small business and personal web site.

 

 

Plan Name Economy Windows 2003 Web Hosting
Web Space 250 MB
Data Transfer No additional bandwidth fees
Price $14.95/month
Billing Cycle Monthly, semi annual, annual
Payment Options Credit card, Paypal, Check
E-mail 10 POP3 e-mail accounts, Unlimited e-mail aliases, ADO and ODBC, Web mail, Mailing lists
Scripting Active Server Pages (ASP), PHP 4, Private CGI-BIN
Data Upload FTP access
Web Statistics Statistic reports
Domain Name $15/year
Support E-mail, Telephone, US Mail, Fax.
Other Features

Web base Control Panel, Microsoft Windows 2003, Microsoft Frontpage Server Extension, Microsoft.NET, Microsoft XML, Ms Access databases, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Private SSL Certificate

Date Added January 12, 2008
Last Modified -
Company Address Plateau Ltd.
3020 Issaquah Pine Lake Rd., PMB 314
Sammamish, WA 98075

 


Windows 2003 Web Hosting Plans from Active-Server.com.
Unlike any other web hosting company, Activer-Server.com are not loaded down with over 1000's of sites on them. By doing it they can assure the better reliability hosting for their customers.

 

All servers are located in safe place, the WestinClick to view north from The Westin building datacenter Building in Seattle Washington. As we know, The Westin Building is the Premier Telecommunications hub for the Pacific Northwest

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