NetDepot Reduces Bandwidth Charges

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(Gawkwire) – NetDepot, a leading dedicated server and cloud computing provider, announced today that it is reducing its bandwidth overage charges from $.50. to $.05 per gigabyte per month, This dramatic reduction in pricing makes its bandwidth overage charges significantly less than most of its competition.

“We did some internal analysis and market research and came to the conclusion that we were in a position to pass more savings along to our customers,” commented NetDepot General Sales Manager, Terrence Yhap. The new price is in some cases up to 87 percent less than other dedicated server providers. “We always try to lead the market by providing the best technology, for the best price.”

NetDepot’s dedicated servers generally come with either 10 or 100 terabytes of allowed transfers per month. Utilizing 1000 Mbps ports, these allowances are typically enough for most customers. However, with this reduction in pricing, heavy bandwidth users or users with seasonal traffic spikes won’t have to worry about being hit with huge overage charges.

NetDepot’s most common dedicated server configurations are the Intel Xeon E3-1230 V2 with 8 gigabytes of RAM and a 1 terabyte SATA III hard drive starting at only $139 per month, or the Dual Intel Xeon E5-2620 with 32 gigabytes of RAM and a 2 terabyte hard drive for only $286 per month.

Find out more about dedicated servers at NetDepot.com.

About NetDepot and GNAX

NetDepot is the dedicated server brand of Global Net Access (GNAX), a leading technology infrastructure service provider offering enterprises mission-critical datacenter colocation, managed hosting, cloud storage and backup, as well as enterprise level VMware based cloud computing services. NetDepot’s 70,000 square feet mission-critical datacenter in Atlanta is SSAE 16 Type II-certified with Tier-4 power and serves as its home base with an additional strategic facility located in Dallas, Texas.


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