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Hosting Zoom and Reseller Zoom Web Hosts Unveils New 2009 Plans to Help Businesses Turn Recession into Opportunity

Houston, TX. (PRWEB) April 21, 2009

Reseller Zoom, a leading provider of reseller hosting solutions and a division of Hosting Zoom, today unveiled a new lineup of hosting plans for resellers. Hosting Zoom also launched new plans for customers of every budget, including shared, semi-dedicated, new hybrid servers, and dedicated servers. All plans are packed with features guaranteed to be a hit with resellers and customers everywhere, especially during tough economic times where additional value is welcome.

"In spite of the uncertain economic conditions in the market, our customers are finding ways to generate incremental revenues through providing valuable hosting services," says Greg Landis, president of Hosting Zoom. "Our goal was to give them the tools and enable their success. Competitively priced plans running on the best machines with a healthy heaping of add-on features are a winning formula."

Shared hosting plans on Hosting Zoom begin as low as $ 4.95 per month with all the disk space and bandwidth the majority of customers need. Failover hosting plans offer fully redundant servers for failover, free private SSLs, and free domain hosting from only $ 10.95.

Hosting Zoom Hybrid Servers

Hosting Zoom is proud to announce a new lineup of Hybrid Servers, where semi-dedicated meets VPS. Choose from two Hybrid plans starting from only $ 99 per month for 100GB space, 1,500GB bandwidth and 2GB memory. All Hybrid plans include:

Free ClientExec software
Free WHM/cPanel or Plesk
Free full management
Free R1Soft Continuous Backups
Unlimited domains
Limited to only 3 main clients per node full root

Hosting Zoom Dedicated Servers

Choose from four dedicated servers from:

E7200 (Dual Core), 2GB RAM, 2x250GB disk space - $ 219 per month

Xeon X3330 (Quad Core), 4GB RAM, 2X500GB disk space - $ 269 per month

Xeon X3330 (Quad Core), 8GB RAM, 4X500GB disk space with RAID - $ 319 per month

2X E5405 (Quad Core), 16GB RAM, 8X500GB disk space with RAID 0, 1 or 10 - $ 599 per month

All dedicated plans have buydown options and include 5 IPs, 2,000GB bandwidth, remote reboot availability, and R1Soft backup add-on.

Reseller Zoom Reseller Plans

New Reseller Zoom reseller plans offer three tiers: Budget, Advanced and Failover.

Budget Reseller Plans are starter plans with value for webmasters to host multiple low traffic websites under the same account starting from only $ 5.95 a month, which includes 7GB disk space, 70GB bandwidth, and 20 cPanel accounts.

Advanced Reseller Plans are great for resellers to provide web hosting as a value added service and make residual income. The Advanced servers have 50% less resellers compared to the budget plan and suitable for reselling. Advanced plans begin at only $ 17.95 a month with 25GB of disk space, 250GB bandwidth, and unlimited accounts.

Reseller Zoom's advanced Clustered Failover hosting system improves performance and eliminates prolonged downtime so you get a faster response and better uptime. Plans begin at $ 24.95 a month with 25GB of disk space, 250GB of bandwidth, and unlimited accounts.

Reseller plans may include free WHM, eNom/Tucows registrar, ClientExec, RVSkin, and Fantastico.

Learn more about the new reseller plans at

Learn more about Hosting Zoom at

About Reseller Zoom/Hosting Zoom

Reseller Zoom is a division of Hosting Zoom, Inc. Hosting Zoom is a privately held web hosting company owned by Landis Holdings, Inc based in Houston, Texas. Reseller Zoom is dedicated to providing the best reseller hosting experience through a wide selection of reseller plans for every budget. Reseller Zoom offers resellers a variety of solutions to make the most of their experience. Reseller Zoom also offers European and Asian clients' plans with servers located in each region for faster response times. We strive to provide the most reliable network by utilizing the best equipment. Our enterprise class servers are housed in datacenters with fully redundant multiple tier one internet backbone providers. Learn more at


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