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November 16, 2008
Passpack Announces a Free-For-Now on Upgraded Accounts
Online Password Manager Honors Customers by Releasing Upgrade Early, Free.
According to a Microsoft Study, Internet users average 25 accounts requiring passwords. A growing number of Passpack users exceed the 100 passwords limit on their free accounts, with some claiming over ten times as many passwords as the average web user.
Passpack, an online password manager, surprised subscribers by announcing a temporary free upgrade from their base account.
With a premium subscription launching in early 2008, users who elect for the free upgrade now will be able to either subscribe for a low recurring fee or downgrade back to the free account and owe nothing.
To take advantage of this opportunity, customers need only fill up their accounts as usual. Once they reach the storage limit, Passpack will automatically offer them the free-for-now upgrade.
"Passpack has attracted over 10,000 users in 110 countries. These are people who do everything online – the shear number of logins they need to store attests to that fact," explains Passpack co-founder Tara Kelly, "using an online password manager like Passpack makes switching computers and traveling seamless – Passpack subscribers have the same safe, cross platform, easy access to their passwords from any computer in the world."
"People are begging us for bigger accounts now. To honor the commitment that Passpack users have to the company and to show we're listening, we're not making them wait until the commercial launch in 2008," says Kelly.
Since 2006 Passpack is the leading innovator in web-based password management and secure collaboration. Passpack employs the highest grade encryption systems, coupled with security patterns built specifically for the Internet to guarantee complete data privacy. Businesses worldwide trust Passpack to protect their logins every day.
Contact - Tara Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org