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RoseHosting.com Introduces New Concept in VPS Hosting

July 6, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: Yahoo News

RoseHosting.com of Rose Web Services LLC finally dropped the curtain on its latest innovation: a custom VPS hosting plan that allows customers to configure their own VPS plans by choosing how much memory, data transfer, and hard disk space they need. The revolutionary concept is a first in the industry, veering away from the common preconfigured plans.

“By allowing our customers to customize their VPS plans, they can choose only what they need and they don’t have to pay for what they don’t need,” a representative from RoseHosting.com sums up.

The custom VPS plans can be purchased through the RoseHosting.com website, where customers can also choose their desired allocations. Among those that customers are allowed to freely decide on are memory, hard disk space, data transfer limits, and the number of IP addresses, which currently max out at 3. They can also choose whether to use the free Webmin or DirectAdmin control panel, or not to use one at all.

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