Free Web hosting provider freezoka announced on Friday it is now offering its service with no ads on users' websites.
The company says its free hosting plan, which is offered in conjunction with Web hosting provider Byethost includes many of the features found in a paid Web hosting plan. The company generates revenue from advertisements placed on its own homepage and has already funded its service through the next ten years, says freezoka.
Because of its partnership with Byethost, freezoka is able to minimize its costs. In addition to offering no ads on its service, freezoka also hopes to add several other changes in the near future.
"We basically wanted to offer a free service that operated just like paid hosting," says freezoka's new administrator, Daniel Briere, who recently purchased the freezoka concept from Daniel Frederick. "By offering no ads, in conjunction with a long list of useful features, we are giving away something of real value. Our goal is to continue to match, or surpass, the flexibility offered in a traditional shared Web hosting plan that you would pay for."
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