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CLEAR Offers Affordable Web Sites

CLEAR Net has unveiled a new web site package which can get a small business online for just a couple of hundred dollars.

CLEAR's FirstSite is currently being offered to existing customers and will be launched nationwide in April.

Businesses can choose a one, three or four-page web site template. Set up costs range from just $69 for the one-page setup to $289 for the four page site. Monthly web hosting fees of $5 to $15 a month also apply.

New users simply have to fill in a form, choosing one of 18 styles, and the information is entered into a web template with the company logo.

CLEAR's web hosting manager Craig Tikao says the new packages are ideal for small to medium sized businesses seeking a quick, simple and cost-effective web presence. An easy-to-use updating tool is included so that web site owners can make changes, and customers can also later upgrade to a largersite.

The new service is being provided through CLEAR by FulfilNET, a web design company which has developed the template-driven web site provision.

FulfilNET's David Mayman says the company has developed a large collection of templates and has developed a web factory model for constructing high volumes of entry level web sites. FulfilNET will also be offering product enhancements on an ongoing basis. ENDS

For further information contact Rochelle Lockley Communications Manager - Commercial CLEAR Communications Ph: (09) 912 4104 Office Ph: (021) 763 784 Mobile

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