Aplus.Net, a web hosting company and Internet solutions provider, announced this week, that it has introduced comprehensive changes to its line of shared hosting plans, in an effort to better accommodate today's discerning consumers.
They explained that the rebranding coincides with the company's ten-year anniversary of providing shared web hosting, as well as a new promotion to waive the set-up fees on these upgraded plans.
The company declared that the principal change involves condensing the company's original eight shared hosting plans into four renamed platforms the Personal Plan, the Business Class Plan, the Pro Plan, and the eCommerce Plan. It also states that each plan is available in both unix and windows formats.
Company described the strategy of replacing existing plan names with more straightforward identifiers is intended to simplify the selection process for consumers, while making the plans themselves better focused and easier to understand. It is also planing to expand some applications and features, including ramping up the SQL offerings on many of these plans.
The company states that these improvements have already been launched with no corresponding price increase. In addition, to help kick off the revamped hosting plans and as part of the company's ten-year celebration of being a shared hosting provider it is eliminating all set-up fees on the new hosting plans.
"For more than a decade, Aplus.Net has prided itself on being the ultimate online partner for everyone from business owners to the everyday consumer," commented Gabriel Murphy, the company's President and CEO.
"To further demonstrate our commitment to our valued and loyal customer base -- as well as our responsibility as a hosting industry leader -- we've not only simplified our plans to make them more intuitive and understandable, but we've also added additional features, thereby maximizing the value to the consumer."
"We view this move as the next logical step in growing our company," said Mr. Murphy. "Times have changed since Aplus.Net first got into the shared hosting game in 1998, and we're making the necessary modifications to stay competitive.
But more importantly, all this will ultimately make it easier for consumers to navigate our website, making the Aplus.Net shopping experience as user-friendly as possible."
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