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IBM is running a high-street style 'buy two get one free' promotion and is offering interest-free financing on its 5500 and 7000 Netfinity server solutions. The Netfinity 7000 product line is now available on interest free financing terms, meaning that a £36,000 server can be paid for in three annual instalments of £12,000. The 'buy two get one free' promotion applies to hard disks and to Netfinity 5500 or 7000 rackmount servers. The company is also running a part exchange scheme, whereby a customer can trade in an existing server - any make/model and any platform - for an allowance of up to £1,800 against any new IBM Netfinity server. Tony John, IBM Netfinity server brand manager commented: "In today's competitive marketplace, customers of all sizes need more than reliable hardware to run their businesses efficiently. Customers are demanding integrated solutions for managing their IT infrastructure." ®

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