Back To School special - 42% OFF for Raspbery Pi

rds100

New Member
Verified Provider
It's the time of the year when kids get back to school, hopefully to learn new things.
So here is an opportunity to learn how to manage your own Raspberry Pi based micro server with an ARM CPU. You can use the coupon code BackToSchool2014 which will give you 42% OFF for life for this lovely little server.


What is included:
- Raspberry Pi with 512MB RAM and 700MHz ARM processor
- 32GB USB storage
- 500GB monthly traffic
- remote reboots through the control panel
- automatic reinstallations through the control panel, OS available: raspbian, pidora, Arch. We recommend raspbian
- rescue mode through the control panel
- one IPv4 address
- /64 IPv6 available on request
- location: Varna, Bulgaria

Regular price: $10/month, Price after the discount: $5.80/month.
The prices listed are without VAT, normal EU VAT rules apply. The VAT rate in Bulgaria is 20%.

Order link - https://www.fitvps.com/p/35

FitVPS is a brand of Telecoms Ltd., a private ISP operating in Varna, Bulgaria since 1998. Company reg. no 103282011, EU VAT number BG103282011

Datacenter: Telecoms.bg in Varna, Bulgaria
 

raj

Active Member
You should offer a RPi RTO deal with customer paying S/H at the end of a year or two year term.  :)
 

rds100

New Member
Verified Provider
The shipping cost would probably be higher than what the RPi is worth after two years. Besides these are not stock RPis, we make some hardware modifications.
 

willie

Active Member
Is this still on?  What kind of hardware mods?  Are you going to offer the rpi model 2?  What are acceptable payment methods (I don't use paypal)?  Thanks.
 
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rds100

New Member
Verified Provider
No plans for Raspberry Pi 2, it's not worth it. We have some vague plans for offering some other ARM based micro servers. Eventually.

Hardware mods: like soldering wires for powering the Raspberry directly to the board (the microUSB connector sux). Also some mods necessary to make the SD card disappear (the pin that powers the SD card is desoldered and run through a couple of FETs, controlled my a small pic).
 

rds100

New Member
Verified Provider
@Neo no, because we would need to modify it (solder on it and some other things) and then it would no longer be usable for you when you decide you want it back.
 
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