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Iserve Launches New Wellington Based Isp

Iserve Launches New Wellington Based Isp

Local Web Hosting Company iSERVE have launched a new Regional ISP under the brand name FRESHER.

“FRESHER will deliver a “fresh approach” to the Internet” Says General Manager Joy Cottle, “We do everything a normal ISP does, and we are taking a community focused approach by offering something back to organisations who’s members sign up with FRESHER.

We want to sponsor Local Community groups by giving back to each group a portion of their members Internet bills by way of a donation” an approach being welcomed by local community groups who see it as a way of passive fund raising for their group or organisation.

iSERVE, the company behind FRESHER, is one of the more popular web hosting and domain registration companies in New Zealand. Starting out just 2 years ago, the local company based at TVNZ Studios, has grown rapidly and made impressive ground in the market place, being ranked by Hitwise as the busiest and most popular web site in their hosting and Domain Registration category.

“Customer service has always been our main business focus with iSERVE, and that naturally carries over to FRESHER”, says Joy. “SPAM and Virus protection are thrown in free of charge with all accounts, and we are offering one simple residential plan, to make things easy. High speed services will be offered in the near future.

Groups wanting to participate in FRESHER’s community group scheme are invited to register their interest at the FRESHER web site www.fresher.net.nz

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