dotCOM host today announced that it has adjusted the cost of premium bandwidth for its new and current clients. With lowered cost, dotCOM’s customers can enjoy superior reliability, up to triple redundancy, and the highest grade bandwidth for data streaming and downloads.
The news comes nearly a month after dotCOM host secured three International Data Centers to supplement its San Diego facility.
– Michelle Lockhart, VP-Sales, dotCOM host.
dotCOM host partners with highest-grade bandwidth providers to provide a customized price structure and passes the optimal savings to its clients.
dotCOM host utilizies state-of-the-art servers to give clients the strongest connections and benefit even the most heavy-traffic sites, says the official press release.
With access to the best providers, the team can manage connection speeds over multiple networks and maintain optimal performance and, in turn, satisfied customers.
“We blend multiple premiums together for better reliability and redundancy, which discount hosting providers simply can’t offer,” said Michelle Lockhart, VP-Sales, dotCOM host.
“By regularly renegotiating contracts with our bandwidth providers, we ensure the most current and cost-effective pricing, which directly benefits our clients. Usage continues to grow every year and the higher the volume, the better the deal,” she added.
dotCOM host provides 24/7 U.S.-based customer support with most tickets responded to every 10 minutes and phone calls answered after two rings.
“We are very particular with the way we respond to our clients’ calls, emails and support requests and often the dotCOM host rep answering the phone is me or our CTO,” Steven Daris, CEO, dotCOM host.
“The biggest advantage to working with us is our ability to respond to and handle support issues within an hour, let alone a day. You can’t get that from a typical hosting provider, and that’s what makes us different,” he added.
Earlier this month, dotCOM host started offering its clients with a ‘Media Vault’ Data Protection and Backup System with triple redundancy Media Vault data center.