Primal Net, a web hosting provider in India on Thursday have announced new Indian Dedicated Server plans which are more cost-effective than the older plans.
Priya, the Operations Manager at Primal Net said, “Price is an important factor. All enterprises which are bootstrapping needs budget and cost-effective hosting services. Only then, most enterprises can reach up to success. With our brand new cost-effective plans, we make the dreams of startups come true. Our new plans pave a way to reach more people while staying on a tight budget”.
He added that “While we’re reducing the price of our Dedicated Servers in India, it doesn’t mean we’re cutting out performance or the quality. In fact, our continuous innovation and periodical technology upgrades let us lower down the prices. With more modern equipment and AI-powered technology backbone, we’re able to do much better things at a serious budget price”.
Raaja, founder of the Primal Net said that “We’re proud of what we’re doing right now. Our network is the best of its kind, and now, with the help of the new underlying technology, we’re able to offer our service at a price that no one can imagine. A better hosting at a better price is a win-win for all companies and organizations out there.”
“Not only that it benefits the businesses in India, but organizations across the world who need to connect with their audience in Asian parts of the world are benefited through our price revision. It is overwhelming to see the positive response from our clients as soon as we made an official announcement on our Medium blog regarding this price revision.”
About Primal Net:
Primal Net is an Indian Web hosting provider that also offers services like VPS Servers in India and Dedicated Servers in India. With more than 3 datacenters operational within India, 1000s of developers and organizations trust Primal Net’s services for hosting their application online. Primal Net’s executives also recently said in a press meet that they are working on expanding their company across borders with more data centers in near future.