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Arvixe Announces New Partnership With Image Hosting Script, Chevereto

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Long time domain registrar and hosting provider, Arvixe has recently announced their partnership with image hosting script leader Chevereto. By joining forces, Arvixe and Chevereto customers will be eligible to receive a Chevereto license and installation for free, normally a $70 cost. This provides users with the opportunity to host images on their own server, receive updates and support for life, and pay no renewal fees for their Chevereto license.

Arvixe has recently announced its partnership with Chevereto, an image hosting script, which provides the tools necessary to make image hosting possible on an individual's own server. This newly formed partnership will provide customers with their own server, a free domain name, lifetime hosting and Chevereto support, and a free Chevereto license. Arvand Sabetian, Founder and CEO of Arvixe, has said:

"Chevereto is a solid product and great image and photo sharing script that's intuitive and easy to use. Both companies share the same values and with this strategic partnership we believe our customers will benefit greatly."

Arvixe has been in the hosting solutions and domain registration business since 2003, and is used by a wide variety of users such as bloggers, developers, and owners of small businesses. Arvixe has mainly focused on the hosting of websites over the last decade, but this partnership with Chevereto will also allow for photo sharing and hosting, something that Arvixe believes many people will benefit from.

Chevereto's current pricing packages for a license vary, but the most popular choice by far is the newly designed Arvixe Offer, which gives consumers a $70 core Chevereto license hosting package, along with lifetime guarantees of updates and 24/7 customer care. The Arvixe offer comes bundled with the core license so users who wish to use Chevereto on multiple domains would need to purchase a network license. Rodolfo Berrios, Founder of Chevereto has expressed that:

"I'm very pleased to get such an outstanding partner who shares the same core values that I have. These core values are what makes Arvixe and Chevereto great in how we are committed to providing a quality service and product to our customers. It is extremely rare to find such a good hosting partner for your business."

Arvixe offers a 60-day money back guarantee, guaranteed uptime of 99.9%, and unlimited space, bandwidth, and data transfer. The user friendly cPanel control panel allows customers many options including the ability to addon domains and also set up email accounts, subdomains, and databases, giving users unlimited access and storage space for work or play. Other financial benefits can be seen in Arvixe's unique pricing tier for the use of their servers, on both Windows and Linux, with pricing as low as $4 per month.

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