June 1, 2016

For a Limited Time Only: Free POWER8 Servers

June 1, 2016

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So maybe you’ve heard that POWER8 servers are now available from SoftLayer. But did you know you can try them for free?

Yep. That’s right. For. Free.

Even better: We’re excited to extend this offer to our new and existing customers. For a limited time only, our customers can take up to $2,238 off their entire order using promo code FREEPOWER8.

That’s a nice round number. (Not!)

I bet you’re wondering how we came up with that number. Well, $2,238 gets you the biggest, baddest POWER8-est machine we offer: POWER8 C812L-SSD, loaded with 10 cores, 3.49GHz, 512GB RAM, and 2x960GB SSDs. Of course, if you don’t need that much POWER (pun intended), we offer three other configs that might fit your lifestyle a little bit better. Check them out here.

 

For a limited time only, our customers can take up to $2,238 off their entire POWER8 order.

 

Oh, and the not-so-fine print (as if I have to say it, but legal told me I had to, so…): This offer is good only on POWER8 servers. (Duh!) The offer expires September 30, 2016. You’re limited to one promo code use per customer only. Customers take up to $2,238 off the first order in the first billing cycle of your POWER8 server (which means new customers should order at the beginning of the month to take full advantage of the offer; if you wait till the 20th of the month, you only get it for 10 days—11 depending on whether the month has 30 or 31 days, but I digress. And for existing customers, your current billing anniversary will dictate the length of time you can use POWER8). POWER8 is currently only rocking out in DAL09. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers, and SLIC accounts are not eligible.

For more information on this offer, please check out the FAQ or contact a sales representative. POWER up!

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