Streamline offers carbon neutral hosting

Budget web hosting company, Streamline.Net's website, is now carbon neutral. In addition, Streamline.Net has instituted methods in order to afford all of its new, as well as existing customers, the opportunity to become carbon neutral with their operations. Streamline.Net has teamed with carbon neutralizing company, CoCo2, in order to allow its customers to assist the environmental protection effort, by offsetting the carbon used to power their website with the planting of trees by CoCo2. Andrew Dollamore, CEO of Streamline.Net commented, "The internet has already helped cut down carbon emissions by allowing people to shop from home, however there's still a carbon implication to powering a server and this is why I'm so exciting about offing this new service. Now everyone hosted with Streamline.Net has the option to do their bit, and I only hope our competitors decide to follow suit." In addition, Streamline.Net recently increased the power of its Home and Power User packages, without price increases, beginning at $13.99 per plan, including a free UK domain name. Details of the plan upgrades included: Home User used to come with 150MB, now it comes with 250MB Power User used to come with 500MB, now it comes with 750MB Andrew Dollamore, CEO of StreamlineNet remarked, "This is great from a sales point of view but more importantly it?s great to give our existing 60,000 plus customers even more value for money." Streamline.Net offers 5 Hosting Packages on either Windows or Linux servers, that may be added to, as often as desired. Recently, Streamline.Net moved in to newly extended offices and have more than doubled the size to allow for continued expansion. Streamline.Net hosts over 90,000 domain names for over 60,000 customers and adds around 200 domains to its servers every day. Streamline.Net was originally launched in 1999 as a diversification of its parent company, Dollamore Ltd. According to Streamline.Net, 20% of all of its new customers, come via referrals. Source: Web Hosting Finds News

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