London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 27, 2007 -- UK2 have launched multiple special offers to celebrate Christmas 2007. These include 3 FREE Domain Names with Plus Web Hosting, Buy a Server, Give a Goat and our very special Christmas Competition to win an Apple MacBook Pro laptop computer.
3 FREE Domains With Plus Web hosting
Instead of just getting 1 FREE Domain Name with an annual contract on UK2's Plus web hosting package, we're now offering 3 FREE Domain Names of your choice! The Plus web hosting package is UK2's best selling web hosting package and includes the following impressive features.
* 15,000MB Webspace * 750GB of monthly bandwidth * Over 100 POP Email accounts * Â£30 worth of Google Adwords vouchers * Cpanel 11 * 25 website sharing domains * 5 SQL databases
Buy a Server Give a Goat!
UK2 has teamed up with World Vision to give a goat to African villages every time a customer buys a Gold or Platinum server or a quarterly or annual Bronze or Silver server during December 2007. The offer is part of the World Vision alternative gifts campaign and the goats are given to villages in Africa where they will make a real difference providing essential farming tools and milk to villagers.
For the second year in a row UK2 is running a Christmas Advent Calendar competition this year, and are offering fantastic prizes for the winners. Customers can enter every day in December as long as they answer the crazy question about Christmas or UK2 correctly! First prize is an Apple MacBook Pro. Second Prize is 3 * Bronze Dedicated Servers and Third prize is 10 * Business Web Hosting packages, which are new for 2008!
"These Christmas special offers provide something for everyone" commented Ditlev Bredahl, CEO of UK2. "We believe that they are very attractive to our customers and spread the festive spirit! Our competition is fun and will has some wonderful prizes, the free domains add a little extra sparkle to our best selling web hosting package, and with our "Buy a Server, Give a Goat" promotion we can give something back to communities that are much less fortunate than ourselves."