LaneChange.Net Launches — Offering New, Low Cost, Self-Serve Internet Services

Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) November 8, 2005

LaneChange.Net, a full service Internet solutions provider, announces the launch of a new Internet services website, Targeted at clients who do not need the premier level customer support provided by LaneChange.Net, provides self-serve Internet services at entry-level prices. Offerings include full-featured domain name registrations, domain name backordering, web and email hosting, as well as virtual and dedicated servers.

“ provides the tools needed to enable clients to independently launch their first Internet presence at a low cost,” said Robert Schwartz, President of LaneChange.Net. “The self-serve site gives domain name registrants the ability to forward or host email as well as the ability to park or display a one-page custom website. Clients are also able to add on features to suit their needs.” offers new services previously not available through LaneChange.Net. New top-level domain names now obtainable are: .at, .be, .eu,, .jp,,,, .jobs and .ws.

Other services provided by include access to virtual and dedicated servers as well as domain name backordering. Virtual and dedicated servers provide clients the convenience to control their own hosting environment. Domain name backordering allows clients a chance to register soon-to-be-released domain names. When released by the registry, the service attempts to register the domain name for the client.

With clients can host their own content using the shared web hosting service. They can also choose to build a more elaborate website using the on-line website builder tool. Email hosting services are available both independently and with web hosting packages.

“LaneChange.Net and offer complementary services,” continued Mr. Schwartz. “Internet needs change and evolve. By launching, we can now offer low cost, self-serve alternatives in addition to the premium, personalized services that have traditionally been available at LaneChange.Net. Providing more options and a greater spectrum of products and services to our clients has been the cornerstone of LangeChange.Net right from the start.”

For additional information on the new products and services offered by, visit All products and services mentioned in this release are available now.

About ( is a division of LaneChange.Net. The site offers clients low cost, self-serve Internet services such as domain name registrations, web building tools, shared web and email hosting, domain name backordering, and virtual and dedicated server rentals. is focused on offering value for money. It strives to provide a complete range of self-serve Internet services at affordable entry-level pricing.

About LaneChange.Net:

Since 2000, LaneChange.Net ( has provided premium, customized Internet services including domain name registration, DNS hosting, email hosting, virus and Spam filtering, and backup email server service to more than 3,000 clients worldwide. LaneChange.Net is focused on the customer. The company strives to meet each client’s unique needs by providing reliable, customized solutions and personalized, timely customer service.

LaneChange.Net’s head office is located in Ottawa, Canada, with data center operations in Ottawa, Toronto & Vancouver, Canada as well as Atlanta, USA.

For additional information contact:

Robert Schwartz



613-860-1667 x5

800-403-1963 x5


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