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Hostking one of South Africa’s top and most affordable Web Hosts increase their bandwidth limitations for VPS Servers to more than double.

Cape Town, South Africa – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Hostking has increased bandwidth allowance on all vps servers, free of charge, for both new and existing clients.

Web hosting provider Hostking (www.hostking.co.za) announced on Monday it has increased the bandwidth allowance on all vps servers free of charge. They have also confirmed that they have increased all diskspace limits on shared web hosting and reseller hosting plans aswell.

Both new and existing client’s servers and hosting will now automatically increase to the new allowance.

“We are constantly working to improve our services and make our offerings even more attractive to our clients,” said Aziz Arnold, founder of Hostking. “We are excited about increasing the bandwidth allowance on all vps servers at no additional charge. This will allow our clients to expand their business and reduce expenses.”

Hostking vps servers are semi-managed and backed by Hostking’s 24-hour support, being semi managed they also assist however in installing a software firewall aswell as cpanel which is an option for those not good at system administration.

The servers includes from 1 – 6 cores, memory up to 8GB, Dedicated IP Address, and a near-100 percent uptime guarantee. All servers are housed in SA-Based data centers.

There are four different semi-managed vps server packages available, offered on Linux operating systems, starting from R199 per month.

Hostking provides shared, reseller, wordpress and vps web hosting, with engineers and staff with extensive knowledge and over 10 years experience in the Web Hosting Industry.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.hostking.co.za/

Contact Info:
Name: Aziz Arnold
Email: support@hostking.co.za
Organization: Hostking

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/web-host-hostking-increases-bandwidth-on-vps-servers/35842

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