Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) November 14, 2005
Host Color LLC (hostcolor.com), a US shared Web hosting provider has announced today new special discounts on its services. The new discounts will benefit academics (students and professors) and non-governmental organizations (churches and foundations). They can sign up to Host Color's service with 15% off on hosting and domain registration. The academic discount is valid for university, college or high school students or teachers.
"Our services have always been reasonably priced. We know however that for certain customers any expenses are significant. Students generally do not have much extra cash while many non-governmental organizations run on a very tight budget. For us at Host Color it is very important that those people get the online presence that they need." says Host Color's Executive Director Vesselin Drangajov.
The 15% discount on web hosting is available for all Host Color's plans. That means students can now get domain registration and a hosting service for one year for less than $30. Foundations and churches will be able to use the discount to order Host Color's premium services which provide unlimited email accounts and plenty of web space - both needed by larger organizations. To be eligible to use the discount customers should use their .edu email address on sign up. Representatives of Non-Governmental organizations need to specify the institution that will use the service.
The new offer comes as Host Color tries to make its services available to customers of diverse backgrounds. The company has added innovations to its online resources such as animated tutorials, webmaster forums and a Site builder. Host Color is also planning major upgrades of its software in a bid to lead the shared Web hosting market.
About Host Color
Host Color LLC is a US web hosting company incorporated in Delaware. It has been operating on the hosting market since 2000. The company hosts thousands of personal and business Web sites. Host Color offers services in data centers in The United States and Europe.