Buy web hosting with UnionPay

Web Hosting with UnionPay

UnionPay is the only local bankcard association in China. UnionPay was founded in 2002 and is also the sole interbank network in China with the exception of Macau and Hong Kong. UnionPay links ATMs of all banking institutions all over mainland China and is generally accepted by ATMs in Macau and Hong Kong. Website owners are now able to pay for web hosting using UnionPay.

Leave web hosting duties to specialized companies

Website owners can surely run their websites on the Internet by themselves if they have proper tools and expertise, but it makes a great deal of sense to endow web-hosting companies with the duties of making the websites available to users. An excellent web-hosting such as QHoster provides a wide range of services including 24/7 support, permanent and reliable FTP access for you to configure your website, vigorous database management, traffic statistics and a helpful control panel to manage your website.

Use UnionPay to pay for web hosting at QHoster

QHoster charges very reasonably for web hosting and the service is made better by provision of a wide range of payment options. Ability to pay securely with UnionPay makes it possible for website owners to pay for web hosting in China and the rest of the world. 

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