March 26th, 2004, 07:13 AM
:: A Small Orange :: Plans starting at $5!
A Small Orange is proud to introduce our newest hosting offerings. With hundreds of
satisfied customers, you will be in good hands with us. Our 24/7 support team is on
hand to answer your questions and solve your problems quickly. Our servers are kept
up to the strictest standards with up-to-date software and optimizations for faster
operation. We keep our services completely secure and provide nightly backups for
full redundancy. As a testament to our quality, we've kept every one of our
customers since day and we hope to serve you as one of our satisified customers,
:: Plans ::
400MB of space
10GB of transfer
$5 per month
1000MB of space
25GB of transfer
$10 per month
2500MB of space
60GB of transfer
$20 per month
NO setup fees!
NO hidden charges!
Unlimited POP3 Mail Accounts
Unlimited MySQL Databases
Unlimited Mailing Lists
Unlimited Email Forwarders
Unlimited Parked and Addon Domains
Unlimited FTP Accounts
Nightly Backups and instantly restorable!
PHP, MySQL, and Perl Script Support
CPanel Control Panel
Fantastico Script Installer
...And lots more!
:: Referrals ::
We appreciate the word-of-mouth advertising by our clients that brings in new
customers. To recognize this, A Small Orange has a referral system in place to
reward these users. If you refer someone to us, have them enter your name on the
order form in the referrer box. In exchange for their referral, we'll give you one
free month of hosting. If you refer 6 people, that's half a year of free hosting!
There is no limit on the number of referrals and the credit is only made after the
client's first payment. You are also only eligible for the referral bonus after your
first payment is made.
If you have any inquires regarding any of the above, feel free to contact me on: email@example.com and I can give you more detailed information and organize a plan what suits your needs!
March 26th, 2004, 09:26 PM
Live! Sales Support
A Small Orange launches Live! Sales chat. Click here.
Last edited by [ASO] Peter; March 27th, 2004 at 09:03 PM.