Global leaders in IT dedicated hosting, The Planet have added big discounts on web servers optimized for customers who require technology test beds for examining new programs.
Just now, chose Dual Xeon and Pentium servers are priced from $70 /m and up, with discounts of up to 57 percent.
Starting now on, the Dual Xeon 3.2 SCSI and SATA are priced at $149 /m, which was $299. The Pentium4 2.4 is priced $79 /m, the previous price was $109. clients who purchase double or more of these servers by on order get the second Dual Xeon 3.2 SCSI or SATA discounted 57 percent, this is $170 less per month. The other Pentium4 2.4 can be purchased at $70 /m, a 36 percent savings.
These recent less expensive prices make a cost-effective way for customers which have interest in purchaing a second server to use as a business test bed or to pilot a new system offering,” said Urvish Vashi, The Planet’s general manager for dedicated hosting. “As with all Planet Alpha servers, customers will benefit from The Planet’s world-class network and 24/7 support.”
This offer is valid through Aug. 24, 2008. For more information, please visit the Web site at The Planet.
About The Planet
The Planel web hosting provider is the first provider web servers, they are hosting nearly 22,000 small – and medium-size businesses and 7.7 million website globaly. The Planet Alpha division provides the widest array of self-managed dedicated servers and modern services backed by 24x7x365 technical support. The Planet Northstar Managed Hosting division brings all together a proactive methodology and seasoned IT experts to deliver the optiumum managed hosting solution. With the best choice of servers, programing tools and the best support, backed by state-of-the-art facilities and an enterprise-class network, The Planet hosting makes IT into a big competitive gain that makes customers to grow their businesses.
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