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Spectator Launches 'Web Identities' Webhosting

Web Identities
servicing new zealand and global clients

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Webhosting Special Deal -
-30MB site, CGI, Perl, FTP access, Frontpage2000 access.

NZ$25 ex-GST per month!!! Click here for the best deal around.


Spectator has launched Web Identities as a fast, efficient, reliable Web Hosting service with personalized customer service. Web Identities offers scalable hosting solutions that can grow with the success of your business.

Whether you are looking to publish your first web site or enhance your web presence with a database-driven, sophisticated e-commerce store, Web Identities can provide a hosting plan to fit your needs and budget.

Spectator's Mission is to keep our services affordable and innovative whilst maintaining a high standard of customer service making your web experience a pleasant and successful venture.
We have worked very hard to provide you with unique facilities and a level of support every webmaster could ever wish for. The performance, availability and success of your web site largely depends on your provider's expertise, network infrastructure and service level.

Web Identities' ability to provide optimal web hosting reliability and performance is attributed to aligning B2B relationships that combine extensive experience in internet service provision, backed by Spectator's integrity and dedication to ensuring clients meet their multimedia goals.

Spectator assures your online data is secure with exceptional maximum reliability with emergency generator power backup should there be a power failure. If for any reason the generators fail, back-up battery systems ensure your online identity does not fail.

Your data is housed within a climate controlled environment, is physically secure, and has 24 hour 365 day monitoring of network connections. Web Identities uses servers strategically located on a major gigabit Internet backbone in the heart of New Zealand's own 'Silicon Valley'near Albany.

This makes for a centrally located, very fast and extremely reliable operation. The servers plug into the internet backbone, feed into gateways like the Southern Cross cable network.

This means your visitors can expect the same good reliable performance from your web site as the most sophisticated corporates in the ICT community. If this ICT infrastructure is good enough for the big players then it is perfect for home-sites, org sites, education sites, SMEs, and MMEs!

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