Windows Web Hosting

 

Web Hosting Details of QUADRA HOSTING

 

 

Plan Name Windows Basic
Web Space 500 MB
Data Transfer 3 GB if using Australian server and 10 GB for US server.
Price AU $14.95/month
Billing Cycle 3 months (5% off), 6 months (10% off), 12 months (15% off)
Payment Options Credit card, BPAY, Cheque
E-mail Unlimited Secure POP3/SMTP/IMAP e-mail accounts, e-mail forwarding, e-mail alias, mailing lists, Web mail, anti spam, MX Records
Scripting ASP, ASP.NET
Data Upload FTP access, FREE Site studio, File magaer
Web Statistics Details stats
Domain .com, .net, .org are AU $14.95/year, domain alias/pointers, subdomains, host 1 domain
Support Ticket Manager
Other Features

Microsoft Frontpage extension, Perl, PHP, Password protected directories, CGI-BIN, Microsoft SQL server, Microsoft Access, ODBC DSN, PhpMyadmin, PhpPgAdmin, JMail Pro, Daily backup, payment processors (verisign, e-way, camtech)

Date Added Desember 23, 2007
Last Modified -
Company Address Net Quadrant Pty. Ltd.
ABN: 25 105 430 644
ACN: 105 430 644
PO Box 3085
Helensvale Town Centre, QLD 4212
Australia

 

 

Quadra Hosting is host division of Net Quadrant Pty Ltd. that based in Australia.

 

Quadra Hosting provides a phiysically server located at Sydney, Australia. This local server give fast web access to Australian customers. Except, Quadra Hosting selected a high class data center at Dallas, USA to give fastest web access from Australia and worldwide.

 

If you host your website at Australian based server, your visitors within Australia will get more fast experience in browse your website.

 

With abundant network capacity in USA, Quadra Hosting is able to offer you a more cost effective web hosting service with more traffic usage.

 

In Desember 10, 2007, Quadra Hosting announces that MS SQL 2005 is available now for all their shared hosting customers.

 

 

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