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John Deere Construction and Forestry Division Announces JDLink Ultimate Subscription Price Reduction

Thu April 18, 2019 - National Edition
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The annual subscription for JDLink Ultimate will be $200, and the JDLink Ultimate dual subscription will be $630. Tier pricing will be eliminated and customers can purchase up to three years of a subscription.
The annual subscription for JDLink Ultimate will be $200, and the JDLink Ultimate dual subscription will be $630. Tier pricing will be eliminated and customers can purchase up to three years of a subscription.

John Deere Construction and Forestry is decreasing its annual JDLink Ultimate offering prices, providing customers with an affordable, streamlined data solution that boosts productivity and maximizes uptime. Additionally, the division is consolidating JDLink Ultimate Forestry with the larger JDLink offering.

"Machine connectivity is key for our customers, who rely on this technology to maximize productivity and uptime. When we first rolled out our JDLink offering, we were excited to bring an innovative solution to the market that connected our customers with their machines and dealers," said Ana-Maria Mallia, product marketing manager, JDLink. "We want to make it even easier for our customers to stay connected, and to do so, we are reducing prices to make this solution even more affordable and consolidating our subscription structure."

The annual subscription for JDLink Ultimate will be $200, and the JDLink Ultimate dual subscription will be $630. Tier pricing will be eliminated and customers can purchase up to three years of a subscription.

Additionally, the Forestry Ultimate and Forestry Ultimate dual subscriptions will be eliminated and consolidated with JDLink Ultimate and JDLink Ultimate dual. Moving forward, the Wireless-Data-Transfer and Limited Internet features offered in the Forestry Ultimate subscription will be included with all Ultimate and Ultimate Dual subscriptions. This change will be applied to both existing Forestry machines as well as new machine orders.

For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.




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