Why just rent your server?

You know the old saying “variety is the spice of life”?  Well, that’s a nice way of saying, make sure you play the proverbial field when purchasing a product.  Whether it is dedicated servers or a new favorite restaurant, variety is paramount to honing your tastes as a consumer.

For the sake of this discussion and our given area of expertise, let’s stick to the issue of dedicated servers.

As a buyer, when you look at the option of using a shared server, or a dedicated server, your decision is usually based on a few simple things; bandwidth (speed), data (storage), and accessibility (network).

If you’re using a small mom and pop style website to promote your local, family owned bakery, then a shared server may be suitable.  After all, you’re just trying to get your message and information out to the people who might be interested in physically visiting your store’s location.

However, if you operate in any facet of online business, shared hosting then begins to lose its luster.  For example, if you need the ability to run credit card numbers for online purchases, or supply emails to employees, or handle increases in traffic spikes, then a dedicated server is almost a must.

But the question still lies, when you’re renting a dedicated server, “What do I do with my server and data after my contract is up?”

For many, they rent a new server and begin paying, once again, on another newly-inked contract with their provider.  Over time, thousands and thousands of dollars are spent renting someone else’s server.

Aside from purchasing your server outright, paying for the maintenance, hiring an IT professional and other costs, your options concerning renting and buying a dedicated server can be rather slim.

But, what if you could own your dedicated server without having to pay thousands upfront? What if you could purchase a server and have a place to collocate it, too? What if you didn’t have to watch all that hard earned income go to a hosting company, who will just “re-sell” your server, anyway?

Well, now, with Superb’s lease-to-own program, you can take any of our servers and within one year, you can own it, outright.

All you do is pay an extra $25 a month, on any dedicated server, no matter the cost, and after one-year, that server is yours.  After that, it’s a $99 (dependent on server size) a month collocation fee and you’re good to go.  No more rent, no more interest, and no more wondering how you will transfer all that data—your server is now yours to do what you please.

You wouldn’t rent a house for 5 years without establishing a lease that could go towards a final value. Nor would you go to Enterprise rent-a-car everyday for 3 years, paying $400 a month to rent a Prius.

So why would you accept anything less when it comes to your dedicated server?

Why would you pay thousands upon thousands of dollars for something you don’t own outright? Better yet, why store massive amounts of your data on a server that you don’t own, and may have to move eventually, anyway?

The point being is this; when value is the name of the game, why not take advantage when the opportunity presents itself?

With Superb’s lease-to-own program, you will save thousands of dollars within the first two years.  You will own your server and data, and you will have the familiarity of dealing with one of the most respected and reliable companies in the web hosting world.

Think of leasing-to-own a dedicated server this way; if you head over to your favorite fast-food burger spot, and you want to order a burger, fries and a drink– you don’t order them separately. You order them as the #1.

Or, perhaps you order a different number with some chicken, or fish, if you have ‘beef’ with cattle.

Get it? Having ‘beef’ with a cow?

Okay, I’m aware the comparison is a bit of a stretch, but we are talking ‘value’ and it’s close to my lunchtime, so deal with it.

Jokes aside, the keyword here is ‘value,’ folks.

You don’t order all of those items separate, because it’s much cheaper to bundle these items and enjoy your discount!

So once again, I ask, why settle for anything less?

Now, with Superb’s groundbreaking lease-to-own program, we are offering our customers something the competitors do not—the ability to own your own server.  Value has always been the number one concern where our consumers are concerned. And we have always put our customer at the forefront of our business model, because without you, we cannot stay Ahead of the Rest®.

Take a look at our inaugural lease-to-own program, we here at Superb are confident you won’t be disappointed.

by Richard Norwood