TERRA - Cloud Hosting Plans with First Month Free Promo

  • Tuesday, 30th August, 2016
  • 22:37pm

Introducing TERRA - Fast Cloud Hosting Plans with Extended Space (Unlimited / Unmetered), 2x Faster than Regular Hosting Plans and if ordered between the 1st and 31st of September, using promotion code: TERRA93 - you will receive the first month of TERRA Cloud Hosting Plan Free of charge!

Order TERRA Hosting Plan HERE

Lorikeet or Magpie TERRA Cloud Hosting Plans include: 
  • Extended (unlimited / Unmetered) Disk Space
  • 512GB RAM
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • 1 Hosted Website
  • 5 or 10 Email Accounts

Additionally, all TERRA Cloud Hosting Plans are equipped with additional Upgrades.

All TERRA Plans Include:

Extended storage space is shared between your website, emails and files. It includes Unlimited / Unmetered disk space for your website and emails

Experience incredible performance delivered by our Robust Cloud Hosting Infrastructure and Low Density servers that ensure high resource availability.

Forget all your worries about data loss due to hardware failures - each TERRA Cloud Hosting Account is mirrored across 3 distinct devices on multiple drives and cabinets to ensure seamless transition in the event of any hardware issues.

CLOUDFLARE CDN (Free Account Setup)
Get Fast page loads through the use of CDN smart caching.

Build your business on the ultra-reliable Cloud Hosting that sets the benchmark in stability with industry leading storage systems.

With top-of-the line cloud hosting infrastructure, leveraging high end processors, high performance storage & memory along with clearly defined resource isolation, our TERRA cloud hosting plans give you the performance your site is looking for. Our fully integrated caching solution ensures that your site is optimized to deliver content fast while freeing up important compute resources to work on more dynamic requests.

Order TERRA Hosting Plan HERE

(Image/Video above: A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.)
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