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OVH adds Cloud Web to web hosting portfolio

Wednesday 12 September 2018 | 15:40 CET | News
OVH announced the launch of Cloud Web as part of its web hosting services, available with monthly subscriptions starting at EUR 9.99 (excluding VAT). The new offering is targeted at businesses that lack dedicated IT resources and are looking for a plug and play solution. Customers will have a choice of three subscription tiers, of which the entry-level plan is now available.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: OVH
Countries: Europe / France
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