On July 6, 2018, Arnet launched its VPS service for the web, which allows people to use a VPS hosting provider to host their web sites.
It was originally billed as a free service, but a $3,000 introductory fee has now been waived and Arnet says it’s now offering $9.99 a month for the full year.
It also says the service has been certified by the Canadian Copyright Office as “certified high-speed internet.”
The company says the VPS is built to handle up to 4,000 simultaneous users per second and supports the fastest web sites and applications.
Arnet is currently looking to expand its Vps offerings to include mobile apps and cloud hosting.
It says it plans to expand the Vps services to other regions of Canada, but will not announce any specific dates.
The company also says it has raised $1.8 million from the government to help fund its operations.
The government says it is supporting the company in its efforts to improve the way it supports copyright and related industries.
“This is a very exciting day for Arnet,” said Justin Hallett, CEO of Arnet.
“We’ve been working hard to create a product that provides people with a way to connect, and for the Canadian community to connect to the world.
Arnet announced in January it would be launching a service in April that will allow customers to rent a server and host their websites for free. “
The government is also making sure to offer Arnet a free trial, which will give people a first taste of the new services.”
Arnet announced in January it would be launching a service in April that will allow customers to rent a server and host their websites for free.
It’s the company’s second VPS offering, and the first to be run on a server.
The $9 a month VPS package will cost customers $19.99 per month, plus tax and other fees.
Armentans website has also been updated to reflect the new VPS offerings.
The website’s now available for free, and Armitage says its also adding a new payment gateway.
For those who do not already own an Arnet, ArNet will be launching the new service at a later date.