South Africa Reseller Hosting

South Africa Reseller Hosting

Johannesburg : South Africa | May 31, 2012 at 4:26 AM PDT
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RocketHost have recently launched a new range of reseller hosting plans aimed to compete with the local South African and international market in the reseller space. All reseller plans cater for both Windows and Linux technologies and will support multi-platforms giving the reseller flexibility to offer rich hosting services to their clients.

In addition to the above, the reseller plans will also offer the first local domain registration or transfer as a free inclusive service to the reseller. This helps the reseller minimise costs for migration of their new/current domain to their RocketHost reseller account. If the reseller however does not want to migrate domains from his/her existing registrar, then it is possible to make use of unlimited external plans (also part of all reseller plans) which are essentially domains registered elsewhere that may be used/pointed to their reseller hosting plan.

One-click hosting applications - which are also available on the reseller plans - give the reseller the option to install popular open source applications such as Joomla, WordPress, Magento, Drupal, Dot Net Nuke with just a few clicks. This helps customers - who are not technically orientated - setup a website within minutes.

The reseller hosting plans start from a entry level basis giving the reseller 2GB of local and international bandwidth and 1GB of disk space supporting up to 10 domains. The top reseller plan offers up to 40GB of bandwidth/traffic, 20GB of disk space, and up to 100 domains.

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