Heart Internet, a leading web hosting company based in the UK, have today announced an upgrade on their Email services, increasing capacity for users and adding a brand new interface.
Online PR News – 03-February-2010 – – Nottingham, United Kingdom (January 29, 2010) - Heart Internet, a leading web hosting company based in the UK, have today announced an upgrade on their Email services, increasing capacity for users and adding a brand new interface.
Those signed up with Heart Internet’s email services have now had their mailbox quotas increased for POP3 and IMAP to 400mb. In recent months the capacity has increased substantially, starting at 100mb, moving up to 250mb and then to its new current 400mb limit.
The increase will make it easier for Heart Internet’s email users to manage their files containing large attachments without having to constantly delete older, archived emails. It’s a huge increase in size when compared to that of its closest web hosting competitors, with WebFusion’s standard mailbox limit currently at 100mb and Fasthost’s capacity standing at only 20mb.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer our users such a considerable capacity increase to their email quotas, and are currently presenting the best value on the market when people sign up with us as their website hosting company,” commented Jonathan Brealey, Managing Director of Heart Internet. “We’re streets ahead of our nearest competitors and hope the increase will provide a boost for those who manage all of their large correspondence through their Heart Internet email account.”
To find out more about Heart Internet’s services, visit www.heartinternet.co.uk or telephone 0845 644 7750.
About Heart Internet:
Since 2004, Heart Internet has grown in to one of the UK's leading hosting and reseller hosting companies. Built on the principles of quality products at market leading prices, Heart Internet was named the UKs fastest growing internet company in 2009 by Deloitte. Heart Internet is currently the fifth largest UK host in terms of TLD domains hosted (Source: www.webhosting.info)