An industry leader in cPanel hosting software has expanded the features it provides its customers.
San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) October 09, 2015
Representatives with BuycPanel (https://buycpanel.com) announced today that its hosting service is now offering more features than its competitors.
?In the competitive web hosting industry, BuycPanel is now offers more features than our competitors,? said Jamison Oconnell, customer service supervisor and spokesperson for BuycPanel.
The company spokesman went on to point out that while BuycPanel offers its clients a large range of features that allow them to control virtually every aspect of their websites, OnApp enables its reseller clients to sell a wide range of public cloud, virtual private cloud and hybrid cloud services with pay-as-you-go and plan-based billing.
In addition to the added features, Oconell revealed that BuycPanel is offering five different GoVPS hosting plans with two packages $19.95 and $29.95 respectively free for one month.
?To kick off our reseller hosting partnership we are offering free hosting for two months,? Oconnell said, before adding, ?We?re excited to announce our new resalable cPanel cloud hosting services we are offering through our exclusive partnership with GoVPS.com. We have had many loyal customers? approach us throughout the years wanting BuycPanel to offer an unbranded hosting service that they can rebrand and resell (along with licenses) to their clients. This gives our customers that ability as well as having all their hosting and software products under one roof! After searching out the right partner for over a year we have found a premium hosting solution you can be proud to offer your clients.?
BuycPanel is the largest and most trusted external cPanel distributor in the world.
cPanel and WHM includes the latest technologies to help keep your server secure. Our software offers virus protection, rootkit detection, and a host of other tools to allow you to lock down your server. It even helps protect against current threats such as XSRF (?sea surfing?) and XSS attacks.
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