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Internoc24.HOST launching affordable Iceland Dedicated Server

03-04-2019 04:06 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Internoc24 LLC

Internoc24.HOST, a leading provider for international Offshore Hosting Solutions, today took another step towards
becoming one of the world's most recognized and preferred Offshore Hosting brands, launching Iceland Dedicated Server Offer within the next couple of weeks.

The new server offers in Iceland should assemble the already established offshore locations of Internoc24.HOST in Romania, Russia and the Netherlands.

Milos Slatjovic from the management team of Internoc24.Host said Iceland has been known for some time as the Mecca for Crypto Mining.

Iceland is also the ideal offshore hosting location for customers with websites and blogs when it comes to Freedom of Speech.

"Our offshore hosting sites and service in Romania, Russia and the Netherlands are highly demanded,
nevertheless we received many requests for dedicated servers in Iceland. The reason for this is that customers who run a
political website or blog looking for a location where no problems arise with Freedom of Speech. The best solution was to add Icelandic servers to our portfolio." said Mr. Slatjovic

There is also a very simple explanation why Iceland has not been perceived as an offshore hosting location so far:
The costs for servers in Iceland are much higher than in other hosting locations.

Through numerous negotiations with partner in Iceland we have found the possibility to offer an excellent
price performance and to be the first offshore hosting company worldwide to offer Dedicated Servers in Iceland from 49,99 EUR.

"We are very proud of this, because it shows that we will continue to expand our services in 2019", says the manager director of Internoc24.HOST.

Currently Internoc24.HOST has started the PRE-Order period, because the number of available servers is still limited at the start of the new Dedicated Server Location. Interested customers can now pre-order their Iceland Dedicated Server, the provision will take place in a few weeks.

This is not surprising, as the offers are up to 60% lower than those of the competitors, but low end configurations of 49.99 EUR and enterprise servers from 199.99 EUR are available.

The new offers are available under is the leading provider for international Offshore Hosting Solutions, like Dedicated Server, VPS, Shared Hosting and also privacy protected Domainnames. With over 50 Datacenterlocations worldwide, Internoc24 provides a wide range of available Offshore Locations.

Internoc24 LLC
30 N Gould St. STR R
Sheridan, WY 82801, USA / Milos Slatjovic

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