VPS.NET Announces The Launching of a New Lifetime Offer.

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VPS.NET Announces The Launching of a New Lifetime Offer.

Today, cloud hosting company VPS.NET cut the red tape on a new offer. From today, they’re offering 25 percent off nodes in their Atlanta, Chicago, Salt Lake City and London data centers.

When customers purchase two or more nodes at these locations they’ll receive a 25 percent discount.

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This deal isn’t just a flash-in-the-pan offer, either. This discount lasts for the life of the nodes. Customers’ bills won’t shoot up once the offer ends.

“Lots of offers are fleeting these days,” says Rus Foster, director of cloud product at VPS.NET. “We wanted to do something different. So we created a deal for our customers that didn’t have a sell-by-date. It’s our way of showing we’re in it with them for the long term. Everything we have at VPS.NET is geared-up to helping our customers grow – that’s what products like our auto-scaling are all about – so it made sense to create a deal that can go the duration with them.”

Existing customers will also benefit from the deal, when they buy two or more incremental nodes.

“Too many companies create ‘brand new customers only’ deals,” says Rus. “That’s not what we’re all about. We value our existing customers.”

Buyers don’t have to go further than the VPS.NET homepage to seal their deal. The offer will be applied automatically when they select their server specs on the order page.

Launched in 2009 as part of the UK2Group, VPS.NET is a leading cloud services provider, offering cloud hosting to more than 10,000 clients, in more than 180 different countries. Since its inception in 2009, VPS.NET has continued to push the market forward, bringing forth numerous innovations to the industry, like rebootless resource upgrades, and the ability for clients to choose from 18 different datacenters to host their site.

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