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Versaweb Doubles Bandwidth Allocations on Dedicated Servers

August 11, 2010 by  

Web Host ServicesLAS VEGAS, NV — Versaweb, an industry-leading provider of dedicated hosting and colocation services, has announced significant increases in bandwidth allocations included with its dedicated hosting and colocation plans.

As a result of its recent relocation to Las Vegas’ premier Datacenter, VegasNAP has been able to leverage more competitive bandwidth provider agreements, allowing the company to increase included data transfer by 40-60% on all service plans.


In addition to increasing the bandwidth allocations being offered on new service plans, most of Versaweb’s existing clients will be upgraded to the new plans at no additional cost. Existing clients will be notified of their eligibility for the free upgrade over the next few days.

“Since completing the migration into our new datacenter facility, we have been able to realize significant cost savings on bandwidth. In appreciation of our customers, we decided to pass those savings along by increasing bandwidth allocations across the board,” said Rob Tyree, VP and CTO of Versaweb.

Launched in 2004, Versaweb has been leading the dedicated server market with innovative offerings and sound business practices, including personal, one-on-one service, which clients worldwide have come to appreciate in a service provider. In addition to offering dual and quad core, managed and unmanaged dedicated server options, Versaweb is well known for launching UltraVPS, which offers fully-managed Virtual Private Servers for businesses.

About Versaweb
Located in Las Vegas, Nev., Versaweb is a premier provider of dedicated servers and colocation services for small to medium sized businesses. The company operates its own BGP4 multi-homed network, and maintains its POP in a fully redundant datacenter facility in Las Vegas.

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