September 18, 2019 By Karthik Ramaswamy < 1 min read

Announcing additional price reductions to your cloud infrastructure costs.

Recently, IBM Cloud announced a 25%, on average, drop in bare metal server pricing, with up to 20TB of complimentary bandwidth included. Today, we are announcing additional price reductions on select virtual server, storage, backup, and network port speed pricing to help further reduce your cloud infrastructure costs.

Prices have been reduced by as much as 17% for on-demand virtual servers, block/file storage, and backup services. Additionally, select port speeds are now available for free. As your workloads scale and the amount of data you need to store increases, you can now run, store, and backup your data at a reduced cost. Furthermore, now you can complement the free 20TB bandwidth offered with bare metal servers with reduced port speed pricing.

A commitment to delivering premium cloud services at competitive prices

We recognize the continued importance of keeping our prices competitive without compromising on capabilities. Today’s news highlights our commitment to delivering a premium-built cloud that drives value for you—our clients and trusted partners.

The new pricing is effective today and is available to existing IBM clients as well as new customers. For more information, or to order any of these IBM Cloud services, please sign up for an IBM Cloud account or log in to your account.

Note: Clients opting to take advantage of One Year and Three Year Virtual Server Reserved Instances will continue to receive greater discounts per the Virtual Server Reserved pricing that is currently in place.

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