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Domain Name Sale! Prices Frozen Until April 30th

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Domain Name SaleDomain prices are increasing slightly on April 15th so now is the time to renew or purchase your domains and save some cash.

Over a year the price difference is $1 or $2, however if you own multiple domains, the savings could be significant.

We have have extended the sale and the domain names below will remain at the sale price until April 30.

TLD

.COM

.NET

.ORG

.BIZ

.INFO

Sale Price

$10.26

$12.16

$11.69

$11.98

$11.76

April 30 Price

$11.40

$13.46

$12.93

$13.45

$12.97

 

To purchase new domains, please login or create an account at whdomains.net.

If you purchased your domains through whdomains.net simply login into that portal and renew early.

If you ordered your domains via WHMCS you can renew those domains through the WHMCS Portal. Read More

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small business hostingWeb hosting can be offered to consumers in multiple formats based upon specific user requirements. These requirements are incumbent upon cost and infrastructure provided.

Web hosting can be obtained free of cost from cloud-based Web development platforms that allows users to create HTML5 websites and mobile sites, through the use of online drag and drop tools. Users can add functionality such as social plugins, e-commerce, contact forms, e-mail marketing, and community forums to their Web sites using a variety of integrated applications.

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How do virtual desktop interfaces benefit from graphic processing unit offloading?

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