Proceding the move to Cedar Falls, Ubiquity has seen time and time again the statement "This is too good to be true". This was of course no surprise; we've been operating out of a premium N+1 facility running pure InterNAP bandwidth and Dell servers, while undercutting the cheapest of the unmetered facilities, many of which of designs comperable to an average Wal-Mart and running bandwidth weighted on the very lowest quality network available. The latter is fine for many, and there's nothing wrong with such a setup , however it's simply not the level of quality that we provide.
As a thank-you to those clients that helped us solidify our new layout at Iowa, they've been locked in at our absurd discount prices. In the coming week, Ubiquity plans to put all new plans and pricing into effect, but in the meantime we are allowing those here in the WHT community who have devoted interest, criticisms, praise, and advice to us one last chance to get locked in at discount pricing before it's too late . . .
For 72 hours, beginning right now, our over-stocked Celeron 2.4ghz machines will be available early under ALL NEW PACKAGES as well as the old, and will be seeing serious discounts.
Regarding the speed tests - the facility is currently in a (very poorly timed) state of global crisis. They're working as fast as they can to resolve the problem, but in the meantime please disregard current and recent speed test results.
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