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New Unlimited Cloud Super Master Delta Alpha Reseller Hosting Plans

Attention All HostBluff Clients,

Effective Next Week, we will be launching our new Cloud Based Super Master Delta Alpha Reseller Hosting Plans. All of these plans will feature;

  • Unlimited Disk Space
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Databases
  • Unlimited Email accounts
  • Unlimited Sub Clients
  • Unlimited Downtime
  • Unlimited Class  B2 Bomber IP Addresses
  • Unlimited Frustration

HostBluff has built our new cloud architecture system to offer unparalleled industry downtime at a whole 100% monthly average. The cloud platform is so redundant that our engineers dont even need to plug it in to the wall.

Our new Cloud Setup is comprised of 6 Twin Turbine Hamster Wheels in a RAID 74 configuration to ensure that the server is efficient as possible. The cloud setup also includes our new SAN Storage System based on Vinyl Records, we have even took the liberty of breaking all of the record needles.

As you can tell, we spared almost every expense in bringing this new product like into fruition. If you have any questions, please contact a Live Chat representative at the link on the top of HostBluff.

6 Responses to “New Unlimited Cloud Super Master Delta Alpha Reseller Hosting Plans”

  1. DarthVaider

    How much will you charge for this? I seen others offer this plan for $10 per year. With all that storage, i am saving TREMENDOUS amount of money.

    June 19th, 2012 Reply
    • KMyers

      Hello Mr. Vaider,
      We are looking to price the service starting at $0.50 per year. We should also have a free plan, however this will have file type limits only allowing users to upload animated gif images of Justin Bieber. Please be sure to check our offers page in the next few days.

      June 19th, 2012 Reply
  2. Ashley

    I would like to reserve one.

    June 20th, 2012 Reply
  3. Kunnu

    Do you allow to host Mr. Bean Animated Images?

    July 16th, 2012 Reply
    • KMyers

      No, we block the use of all image files

      July 16th, 2012 Reply