December 20, 2007 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web hosting provider UK2 is offering a Christmas Special promotion, it was announced recently. The promotion comprises multiple special offers including Three free domain names with the companys Plus Web Hosting, Buy a Server, Give a Goat and a Christmas Competition where the winner will receive an Apple MacBook Pro laptop computer.
Those signing up for UK2s The Plus web hosting package will receive three free domain names. The package provides 15,000MB of webspace, 750GB of monthly bandwidth, over 100 POP email accounts, 30 UK Pounds ($60) worth of Google Adwords vouchers, Cpanel 11, the ability to run 25 websites and 5 SQL databases.
UK2 has partnered with World Vision (https://www.worldvision.org.uk) to take part in its World Vision alternative gifts campaign for the Buy a Server, Give a Goat promotion. Every time customers purchase Gold or Platinum servers, or quarterly or annual Bronze or Silver servers during December 2007, the company will give goats to African villages.
UK2s Christmas Advent Calendar competition is being run for the second year in a row, and this year prizes for winners who correctly answer a number of questions about Christmas could win the first prize of an Apple MacBook Pro. The second prize is 3 Bronze Dedicated Servers, and the third prize is 10 Business Web Hosting packages (new in 2008).
These Christmas special offers provide something for everyone, commented Ditlev Bredahl, CEO of UK2. We believe that they are very attractive to our customers and spread the festive spirit! Our competition is fun and will has some wonderful prizes, the free domains add a little extra sparkle to our best selling web hosting package, and with our Buy a Server, Give a Goat promotion we can give something back to communities that are much less fortunate than ourselves.
UK2 is one of Britains biggest and most innovative hosting companies. It offers domain name registration, web hosting, and ecommerce and dedicated server solutions. World Vision is a Christian charity and one of the worlds leading relief and development agencies, currently helping more than 100 million people in nearly 100 countries.