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    KeepVault for Windows Home Server: Custom Data Plans and Discounts for HomeServerShow Listeners


    Dave

    Keepvault has announced custom data plans to meet Windows Home Server users' needs.  Follow the link to learn more and find about about discount plans for HomeServerShow.com listeners.

     

    Custom Options for KeepVault

     

     

    Dan Reynolds, Marketing and Sales Director for Proxure, Inc, has informed The Home Server Show that Keepvault has added a custom pricing plan to their popular KeepVault for Windows Home Server platform.

    "We’ve added a 'custom' field to our website, so users can now choose from a number of other storage amounts," said Dan.

     

    He also mentioned some news about KeepVaults updated Add-In.  "We expect to complete testing on the new add-in in ~2 weeks and it will be available free to all existing users and of course to all new users. "

    Stay up to date on the Add-In release at KeepVaults forums which are found here.

     

    The best news is for all Home Server Show listeners.  KeepVault has authorized me to share some discount links with you.

     

    Home Plan (100GB)

     

    KeepVault Home Plan Discount

     

    Enthusiast Plan (500GB)

     

    KeepVault Home Plan Discount

     

    Business Plan (2 TB)

     

    KeepVault Home Plan Discount

     

    Follow these links to the KeepVault checkout.  You will notice a 10% discount has been applied.  If you haven't already listened to the Podcast review you will find instructions on how to register for a free year of the KeepVault Home Plan.

     

    Read the review on KeepVault here.

     

    Listen to the Podcast review here.

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    Nice review. I will give this service another look. I too have horrible broadband *upload* speeds so it would take me forever to use 100Gb. Dave

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    Looks like a nice service. I can see why they had to limit it to 100 gigs. Please count me in for the sweepstakes! Thanks

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    [...] The 200GB plan is only $188 reduced from $240.  Homeservershow.com readers can also take advantage of discount links that can be found in the KeepVault review. [...]

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    [...] only $188 reduced from $240.  Homeservershow.com and thedigitallifestyle.com readers can also take advantage of discount links that can be found in the KeepVault review. Published 15 October 2008 11:51 by homeservershow Filed under: Windows Home Server, [...]

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