This update will see the local customers of Qatar and Bahrain gaining an enhanced infrastructure with better performance and increased stability. They will also benefit from having access to a variety of additional services provided by AEserver (i.e., purchasing local domains), helping them to achieve greater efficiency and giving them more ways to get things done. The best part is that local payment methods in both Bahraini Dinar (BDH) and Qatari Riyal (QAR) are now available.
In addition to the local website launch, we are introducing a range of new web hosting packages, especially for locals of Qatar and Bahrain. These packages are tailored toward every business and individual need, and we are confident that these packages will meet the requirements of those who want to establish and improve their online presence.
As one of the leading domain and web hosting companies, our goal is to provide a more local environment to maintain user trust. According to Munir Badr (the CEO and founder of AEserver), a localized website is an essential step in providing our customers with the best possible experience.
Customer success is essential to AEserver’s mission, and this new release helps customers of Qatar and Bahrain meet their performance goals. This update allows us to maintain industry-leading hardware and deliver a high-performing local environment for its users.
We are also excited about the possibilities it all brings to AEserver, including strengthening our position in the MENA region. We are happy to start our contribution to the online success of our new and old customers and assure them that we’re here to support their online business goals.
To read the press release, please visit the link below: 🙂
Zawya Press Release: AEserver goes live in Qatar Bahrain
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