SOURCE: ServerPronto


March 18, 2011 17:58 ET

ServerPronto Donates to Relief Efforts in Japan

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - March 18, 2011) - In the wake of the 9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan, the technology community is responding with a flood of promised relief. Apple is taking Red Cross donations via iTunes. Microsoft is offering cash, software and technical support, and telecom companies are offering free calls to Japan.

ServerPronto and its sister company CloudPronto are also doing their part to help customers in Japan during this critical hour in the nation's history. The company is suspending billing for dedicated server and cloud server customers across Japan at least through April. ServerPronto is also providing customers impacted by the earthquake and tsunami free incident support and urging employees to support relief organizations working in Japan.

"We have customers in Japan that are reeling from the earthquake, the tsunami and now growing radiation dangers from a nuclear meltdown," said Octavio Diaz, Operations Manager at ServerPronto. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan in The last thing they should have to think about is dedicated server fees. We will automatically waive all fees for our customers in Japan through April."

About ServerPronto
ServerPronto is part of the 'Pronto family' of companies with MailPronto, ColoPronto and CloudPronto which have been leading a low-cost revolution in the hosting industry since 2003. Following in those footsteps, ServerPronto is breaking the price barrier for dedicated hosting in secured and reinforced Data Centers with redundant power, lightning fast fiber connections, and 24X7X365 support from a staff with more than 10 years experience building and maintaining servers and computer networks. To learn more, visit

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