Embattled web host BurstNET will not be allowing clients to renew service subscriptions other than colocation, and will be shutting down these services on July 25, 2014, according to a message sent to its clients Tuesday.
The email sent to customers and posted on the forum WebHostingTalk reads:
It is with great regret that we inform you that all of your services with BurstNET will be terminating on your next billing cycle/renewal/current expiration of purchased services but in all cases no later than July 25th, 2014.
If you are a Co-Location client you can disregard this message. Your services will persist.
You will have until July 24th to migrate your services to other providers. On July 25th all services will be terminated.
BurstNET has been recently accused of avoiding paying debts in the state of Pennsylvania. The company’s customers and assets were bought earlier this year by an entity known as DigiPLUS which is headed by JW Ray, the managing member of cloud industry venture capital fund Backlog Capital.
The company could not be reached for comment.