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50% off New Year Server Promotion! - Expired

    Posted in Promotions by Jon on 01/01/2012 @ 10:43

To celebrate the start of the new year, RackSRV are slashing the price across our entire UK Dedicated Server range for the first month by a whopping 50% whilst stocks last!

To qualify, simply place an order for your preferred spec (i3's now starting from £25, Quads starting from £37.50 and Xeon 1230's from £50) and at the checkout use the promotional code "NEWYEAR2012" at checkout.

What's even better is that orders comprising of Linux servers with a default hardware spec and no order comments will be setup instantly (subject to fraud checks) in and outside of our office hours due to our powerful, bespoke client portal!

Reasons to order your Dedicated Server from RackSRV Communications:

1.) Budget pricing yet premium and reliable service
2.) UK based, Ltd & VAT registered company that has been trading since 2007
3.) We have our own UK staff, no offshore call centres or third party 'agents'
4.) We own our branded equipment, no reselling or generic rubbish!
5.) Self service reboots around the clock
6.) Self service O/S  reinstalls around the clock (Linux only) - NEW!
7.) Self service rDNS creation/removal around the clock
8.) White label reseller module allowing stock sync & access to self service features - NEW!

So what are you waiting for, order your RackSRV UK Dedicated Server now!

Terms: Offer valid whilst stocks last and may be removed at any time without notice at the discretion of the company's management.  Pricing subject to VAT @ 20% where applicable.

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