WebHostingBuzz Removes Bandwidth and Data Transfer Limits on VPS Plans

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VPS plans at WebHostingBuzz have all bandwidth and data transfer limit restrictions removed, making them an appealing choice for any consumer concerned about limitations.

This means that our customers can fully enjoy bandwidth freedom without fear of penalties or cost increases for overages.

In a move that is surely to attract new customers seeking a VPS solution that gives members access to a vast amount of resources on a Virtual Private Server, leading hosting company WebHostingBuzz has removed bandwidth and data transfer limits on all plans.

The company recently underwent a series of network upgrades for optimal speed, performance, and reliability. "Our recent network upgrade allows us to remove bandwidth limits on VPS plans," said Matt Russell, CEO of WebHostingBuzz. "This means that our customers can fully enjoy bandwidth freedom without fear of penalties or cost increases for overages, making our service a compelling offering for more than just our stellar service."

WebHostingBuzz offers full scale Xen and OpenVZ VPS solutions with guaranteed RAM and CPU resources. cPanel is avialable as well with several plans. Plans may be managed or self-managed, though higher level management offerings are also available. Currently, there are some plans that are also being offered at a $1 monthly trial.

WebHostingBuzz also offers an affiliate program with generous commission payouts. Those who refer new customers to WebHostingBuzz may get $20 for any VPS referral.

About WebHostingBuzz.com
WebHostingBuzz is a leading global web hosting provider. WebHostingBuzz maintains a number of brands including http://www.WebHostingBuzz.com and http://www.WebHostingBuzz.co.uk and offers a full range of web hosting, virtualization, vps hosting, dedicated servers and managed services from its datacenters in Atlanta, GA, Phoenix, AZ and Amsterdam, NL. WebHostingBuzz hosts over 250,000 websites worldwide.

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