1&1 Internet Ltd., (www.1and1.co.uk), a global leader amongst Web hosts, today announced that it will offer 12 months free on its 1&1 Dual Perfect hosting package, as well as a special £4.99 .COM domain offer available to new users. Additional highlights include 3 free months on 1&1’s popular e-mail services for a limited time only. This combination of offers is available through July, providing very affordable and effective solutions to private and professional users.
With 12 months of free hosting, on a 24-month contract term, users of the 1&1 Dual Perfect package can enjoy the full range of its valuable inclusive features. With information stored in two highly secure 1&1data centre locations, geo redundant Dual hosting ensures users’ data is safe and minimizes downtime of websites. 1&1 Dual Perfect includes 10 GB of webspace, unlimited traffic, 1 inclusive .uk domain, 3000 email accounts, 10 MySQL databases with 1GB space each, choice of 65 1&1 Click & Build Applications and new 1&1 Site Analytics, for £4.99 per month+VAT for Linux (£5.99 per month+VAT for Windows) and a £4.99 one-time set-up fee.
Highlighting the popular demand for Top Level Domains (TLDs), .COM will be specially priced for £4.99+VAT for the first year of registration through 1&1. The .COM domain brings with it mass appeal for businesses and individuals alike, reinforcing the importance of a globally recognizable domain.
In addition to the 12 month hosting, and domain offer, 1&1 is also offering 3 months free with both 1&1 Instant Mail or 1&1 MailXchange on a 12-month contract term. A one-time set-up fee applies of £0.99+VAT and £4.99+VAT, respectively. 1&1’s multiple summertime offers provide customers with the latest powerful online solutions with great cost savings.
As a global leader among web hosts, 1&1 is well placed to deliver a high quality service to its customers. The company currently holds around 10 million customer contracts worldwide and manages over 11 million domain names. For more information visit the website at www.1and1.co.uk
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