Phoenix, Arizona – (The Hosting News) – December 2, 2005 – Phoenix, Ariz. (December 1, 2005) — Leading website hosting provider, IPOWER, Inc., has launched a new, FREE WHOIS domain name privacy program for customers. The privacy program will be offered at no charge to both new customers, and IPOWER’s existing customer base of over 350,000 small businesses.
While other companies currently charge from $8 to $15 for this service, IPOWER will offer domain name privacy protection free to all of its customers.
WHOIS Privacy protects IPOWER customers from having their personal contact information displayed on the Internet for anyone to access. Every time someone purchases a domain name, their name, address and phone number are entered into a public database that can be viewed and used by anyone. This exposes their personal information to spammers, telemarketers and other undesired third parties. With WHOIS Privacy, that information is kept private and requests to view this information will be sent directly to the domain name owner who can choose whether or not to respond.
According to Thomas Gorny, CEO of IPOWER, ”This is an important step forward for Internet privacy. Many people are concerned about having such private information ‘out there’ for anyone to access. We know that this is a feature that our customers would value and we didnâ€™t want to keep it off limits to anyone because of price.”
The new service comes on the heels of IPOWER’s domain price breakthrough of just $2.95. To search for a $2.95 domain name, please visit: https://secure.ipower.com/cgi-bin/hosting/domain.cgi.
IPOWERWEB, Inc.was founded in October 2001, and is the 5th largest website hosting company worldwide.
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IPOWERWEB, Inc. please visit: www.ipower.com.