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Plan #81287, CDN 500GB, £ 35.00/mo. on CDN

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Krystal Hosting
152-160 City Road
Phone +442080501337
  • Plan Name: CDN 500GB (sku #p81287)
  • Category: CDN
  • Price:£ 35.00/mo. VAT 20% exc | Setup Fee: free
  • Disk Space: | Traffic bandwidth: 500 GB
  • Server Locations:
  • Payment: Credit / Debit / Prepaid Cards, PayPal
Payment Methods :Credit / Debit / Prepaid CardsPayPal
Control Panel :[In-house]
Support Options :EmailHelp DeskPhone / Toll-FreeLive Chat
Server Locations :United Kingdom
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Plan description

SSL included
Locations worldwide

If you're hosting heavy media assets such as videos, large images or pdfs then speed up the delivery of them with 500GB of transfer per month.

Based on the anycast routing methodology content is served to visitors at the closest geographic location to them from sites around the world from Australia to Sweden and from South Africa to Salt Lake City.

Use Krystal’s SSL content delivery network (CDN) to serve your content at locations closer to your visitors which decreases latency and increases download speeds and so improves page load times and remove the load from your website.

CDN features
Instant Activation
Global load balancing
Persistent connections
Rich media support
DDoS Protector Locations
Automatic Failover

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