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turboSMTP Announces Free Trial to New Registered Users

January 19, 2012

turboSMTP, professional SMTP service provider, is now offering 1,000 email credits for free to new accounts.

(PRWEB) January 19, 2012

turboSMTP – a leading provider of professional SMTP services – is proud to announce that a free trial of 1,000 credits is now available to every newly created account.

Starting from today, new registered users will be enabled to send up to 1,000 emails for free, without obligation or risk. All turboSMTP features will be available during free trial, including real-time statistics, advanced deliverability settings (full support for DKIM, Domainkeys and SPF) and professional technical assistance.

New users will also benefit from the revamped registration process that makes it easier to sign up and reduces the account activation process time.

Mr. Ramy Eltarras, CEO, explained. “We are so confident in our service that we want our potential customers to try it for free. They will be able to fully evaluate the service performance, in particular our high email deliverability rates, and see all the benefits of using turboSMTP’ service for themselves.”

During free trial, users can choose to upgrade to a paid plan anytime.

turboSMTP has both pre-paid credits and no-contract monthly plans that start from as little as $7,00

About turboSMTP

turboSMTP is a secure and professional SMTP mail service, founded in 2009, serving over

8,000 clients on six continents.

turboSMTP services can meet the needs of any business, ranging from home and small businesses to large email providers, ensuring maximum email delivery rates and allowing to

reach recipient’s inbox avoiding spam filters and black/grey lists.

More detailed information about turboSMTP service and prices are available at the following website: http://www.serversmtp.com

turboSMTP CORP

505 East 14 St

10009 — New York — NY

marketing AT turbo-smtp.com

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