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1.    Domain Name (Eg: .com, .in, .org etc.)
2.    Web Pages – Up to 3
3.    500 MB Hosting / 2 GB Bandwidth per month
4.    Email Id – 5 & Web Mail
5.    Auto Responder for Emails
6.    POP3 & IMAP Supported
6.    Unlimited Forwarding for Emails
7.    Admin Panel
8.    FTP Account
9.    Language Translator

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