Loadbalancer.org Inc. to Offer Annual Billing Option on AWS Marketplace

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Loadbalancer.org today announced the availability of annual subscription billing for Loadbalancer.org products on AWS Marketplace.

Loadbalancer.org, Inc., a market leader in high-performance, affordable, load balancing solutions, today announced the launch of an Annual Billing option for all existing ENTERPRISE EC2 hourly products.

“Offering annual subscription to both new and existing customers will provide our ever-growing loyal customer base with big savings,” states Jake Borman, Sales Director, Loadbalancer.org. “With more and more organizations utilizing the flexibility and affordability of the AWS Marketplace, we are pleased to be able to provide significant savings to our growing number of long-term customers.”

Alongside the announcement of Annual Billing for all hourly products, Loadbalancer.org is also now offering new customers a Free 30 Day Trial of any instance. This trial, which includes unlimited free technical support, provides a fantastic opportunity to get fully configured prior to committing to any subscription. AWS infrastructure charges apply.

The Loadbalancer.org ENTERPRISE product family now includes fully accredited solutions on virtual, hardware and cloud based platforms.


Loadbalancer.org, Inc. are market leaders in delivering high-performance, affordable load balancing solutions to a wide range of clientele who depend on the high-availability of business-critical web applications.

There are currently thousands of Loadbalancer.org appliances in production throughout the world ensuring the up-time of e-commerce websites and mission-critical applications, whilst also improving performance, security and scalability - ultimately providing thousands of happy customers with a rapid return on investment (ROI).

Loadbalancer.org pride themselves on delivering honest, no nonsense, easy to use, high performance solutions - with a uniquely exceptional quality of service.

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