Our enterprise spam filter, powered by industry leaders SpamExperts, provides an average 99.98% email filtering accuracy with close to zero false positives. Time lost due to dealing with spam is reduced to an absolute minimum, allowing you to concentrate fully on your business tasks.
As ephemeral as it all seems, it's easy to forget the real-world mechanics that go into keeping the Internet running. The equipment and servers behind the scenes make the internet a filthy, carbon emitting monster. With Kualo, you can rest assured that your slice of the net will be 100% powered by renewable energy.
If you change your mind and don't wish to continue your hosting contract, you may cancel at any time within the first 60 days and we'll give you your money back. If you transferred or registered a domain name, these fees are non-refundable, however you'll be able to continue to use them elsewhere if you wish.
We're serious about uptime. And we mean REALLY serious. Thanks to our extremely geeky server stabilisation and security technology, you'll find that 100% uptime is a regular occurrence. If we do ever fall below 99.9% in any calendar month, we'll credit you. It's that simple.
We give some tasty discounts for those customers who want to pre-pay for longer periods. But we want you to stay because you love us, not because you're contracted to. If you decide you need to leave before your term expires, let us know and we'll simply deduct any discount originally applied and refund the balance.
Our dedicated professionals work 24x7 to ensure that all our systems work seamlessly. When you need help, you can rely on our team of patient hosting gurus to go the extra mile to ensure you have every assistance you need. We call it 'support with love'.
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