Leading Web Hosting Provider Introduces Free Hosting

December 6, 2005
December 6, 2005 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – Further extending its suite of services to customers, leading web hosting provider GoDaddy.com (http://www.GoDaddy.com) has introduced free hosting. To enable the company to provide such a service, the package is supported by unobtrusive advertisements, but avoids pop-ups. The introduction of free hosting strengthens what was already one of the most complete set of offerings available to the market.

"With the addition of ad-supported hosting, GoDaddy.com customers now have all the tools necessary to get online, simply by purchasing a domain name," said Bob Parsons, president and founder of GoDaddy.com. "Whether they're long-time Internet users or new to the Web, they can create a Web site, easily and affordably," Parsons added.

GoDaddy’s free package will enable customers to maintain an online presence without requiring additional products or web site building experience. The package comprises 50MB of disk space, a free web site builder, professionally designed templates that allow photos and graphics as well as password-protected pages. Additionally, the free service is supported by the same data centers that support GoDaddy’s paid packages.

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