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1000 Firefox Users Get FREE Pingdom Uptime Monitoring

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I have just received an email from Peter Alguacil of Pingdom.com. They are currently promoting Firefox by offering a whole full free year of Pingdom’s uptime monitoring service to anyone signing up using Firefox. At $119.40 each (normal price) and a limit of 1,000 accounts they are potentially giving away accounts worth almost $120,000. The followings are wat you get from your FREE account.

  • Monitor uptime and response time of 5 websites, servers or services
  • 20 free SMS alerts
  • Unlimited email alerts
  • 1-minute monitoring resolution at no extra cost
  • Monitoring from multiple locations around the world.
  • Uptime and response time statistics

To any webmaster this should be quite a treat, since it’s a full professional service for a whole year for free. I cannot wait to make this post. Time is running out. HURRY UP! The offer is valid until Saturday !

I have got one for WebAppers already! Remember to register with Firefox Browser!

Register Now

Requirements: Register with Firefox Browser
Sign Up Now: http://royal.pingdom.com/?p=174
License: N/A

  • Hmm, I don’t think I’ll use it, but I might as well take the offer.
    Thanks for the notification!

  • Thanks for the tip!

  • Thanks for the heads up! Signed up, and my order is being processed :)

  • peter

    Why sign up for something that you have no intention of using, thats just selfish.

  • tester

    nice… will try..

  • Andrew

    We loves you, WebAppers!

  • sweet thanks a lot I signeup :D

  • Thanks, signed up and monitoring for free :)

  • Ray Cheung

    Good good good, tell your friends as well. It is really a good stuff for web developer. ;-)

  • I was tried to spread the word but the service is down, the story was submited on Digg(floodnet)?

  • Pingback: Asbel.be()

  • Awesome share! Just got my account.

  • Thanks for the notification. I was actually considering writing a simple script to do something like this, to check an email me when my site goes down and when it comes back up. Pingdom looks pretty neat and I still have to dig through its features but it looks to be a real nice tool.

    I wouldn’t have known about this if it wasn’t for webappers. Thanks again for the tip!

  • @peter: Maybe I might want it one day and I will be thankful that I took up the offer.

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