DivisionX was founded in 1998 with the aim of providing the highest quality Internet services at affordable prices to customers world-wide. We currently have offices in London, England, and Austin, Texas. The technical staff in our employment are probably some of the most highly qualified in the industry today. We have bee supplying our services to a select client base ranging from some of the world’s largest corporations to small businesses and private individuals. Typically our clients have been with us for four or more years.

We provide more domain types for registration than virtually any other registrar. Our servers are housed in one of the most secure facilities world-wide. Primary bandwidth is supplied by Level3 who supply services to virtually all of the Fortune 100.

All of our services can be tailored to fit the needs of our customers. Our aim is to allow you to distinguish your business from those of your competitors. If you want things your way, if you want friendly, reliable service, or if you are simply tired of being treated as a number, then we are the company for you. We will always try and provide you with advice that actually relates to your particular problem and keep working with you until we have succeeded in helping you to your satisfaction. You won’t get any cut-and-paste answers from us. This is probably the reason we have never had a single customer complaint. You are definitely not just a number to us.

Thank you for reading this brief article and we hope you have found out what you need to know about us. If you need more information please do not hesitate to contact us.


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