All too often promotional offers are for a limited time and I wanted to address that with this one
(PRWEB UK) 30 January 2012
Bulldogbackup.com, the Scottish based Online Backup and Storage Company today announced a new promotional offer that is sure to warm up computer users this winter.
For a limited time the company is offering new subscribers the chance to fix their online backup costs for the next 5 years. And that’s not all; customers who sign up during the promotional week can get Bulldog Backup’s One Terabyte Protect account for just £1.25 ($1.96) per month.
Bulldog Backup’s Protect account allows you to easily and automatically backup all your pictures, music and other files to the cloud. Files can then be accessed or downloaded from anywhere or restored to your machine should your hard drive flame out.
Dougie Fisher, Bulldog Backup’s CEO, explained the reasoning behind the offer;
"When we were looking at putting together our promotional campaign for 2012 I wanted to make the best offer possible available to our customers but at the same time give them the peace of mind that their backup costs won’t jump dramatically at the end of the first year. All too often promotional offers are for a limited time and I wanted to address that with this one."
When asked if this offer is likely to be repeated the answer was a resounding no.
"The company is in the fortunate position of being able to chase market share aggressively in what is a highly competitive sector. This really is a onetime offer which we hope people will take advantage of and get onto our platform."
It’s not all good news though, such is the strength of the offer the Company has had to limit the offer to the first 70,000 users.
You can get your One Terabyte Protect online backup account by visiting Bulldog Backup, selecting the One Terabyte Protect account and entering the following code at the checkout: ‘bullbonanza00’. (Offer runs from 31st January to the 29th February 2012)
Bulldog Backup is a Glasgow based technology start up founded in 2010 by current CEO Dougie Fisher.
For more information please visit http://www.bulldogbackup.com.