Already competitively priced within the hosting market, this offer sees the monthly charge of their servers drop to as low as £52 / month when taking the UK200, the entry level server, and offering customers the opportunity to save up to £807 when taking the UK3200, the high-end 24GB DDR3 Server.
Martin Baker, Managing Director at UK2, said: “We’ve had a fantastic 2010 and thought we’d end it off with a flurry of offers, promotions and giveaways. This dedicated server offer is one of many you will see from us this Christmas and while a server is not an ideal Christmas present, the potential saving for our customers might be just what they needed.”
UK2’s dedicated servers won the ISPA 2009 award and all come with 100% power uptime & 99.9% network uptime, Service Level Guarantee’s, 24/7 specialist support, unmetered bandwidth with 100Mb connectivity and unlimited FREE SSL certificates.
Martin ended off by saying: “We want to continue being recognised as one of the leading web hosting companies within the UK. To do this we must continue to improve our offerings, through technological advancements and our pricing strategy, to make sure our products are competitive and in-line with our customers’ needs.”
Christmas might not be the best time to splash out on hosting products, but with deals this good it will be hard for the target market to turn a blind eye. Be prepared for more offers and promotions from this web-hosting leader this Christmas.
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About UK2 Group
UK2 Group provides domain name registration and web hosting services to many global customers through its family of hosting brands - UK2.net, midPhase, WestHost, 10TB.com, AN Hosting, Autica, Resell.biz, US2.net, WingSix, Supreme Support, Dotable, VI.net, VPS.net and the most recent addition Onapp.com. The group operates its services out of several state of the art, multi million pound data centres in the UK and US, and are committed to providing reliable, secure and great value products and services underpinned with excellent support.
Dedicated Server Offer can be found here: http://www.uk2.net/