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ServBasic Being Offered For Free as Part of New Promo

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ServicePro.net announced ServBasic is now free to use for the first 500 customers of each company.

| August 10, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio – ServicePro.net, developers of ServSuite,  is now offering its ServBasic service for free as part of a new promotion.

Pest control owners and operators can use ServBasic for free while building their client base – up to 500 clients. When the company goes beyond its 500th customer, the price will increase to $39.99 per month, ServicePro.net said.
 
Users will get the full functionality of ServBasic up to the 500th customer, including the ServBasic interface, customer information, a calendar feature and customer support. 
 
ServicePro said this offer demonstrates its commitment to providing quality software solutions to the industry. For more information, visit ServBasic.com, email sales@servsuite.net, or call 614/553-0218.
 

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