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Why Data Recovery Is Expensive

One of the most common questions about data recovery is “why is it so expensive?” I spoke with members of our sales team to find the answers. The first thing any person or company should think about is “what is my/our data worth?” You are the only one that can answer that question.

DTI Data is by far the fairest company in the land. We offer no data no charge services on pretty much all data recovery services. We also offer up front flat rate pricing on just about all data recovery. The only exceptions to both of those services are RAID recoveries and Exchange recoveries. All hard drive recovery of single drives is flat rate no data no charge pricing.

Data Recovery Cost Breakdown

For a company to repair hard drives on a regular basis, they need to have a lot of expensive tools as well as highly trained engineers and most importantly: a special environment. All of these requirements are mandatory to successfully recover data.

DTI Data has all the tools and experience to perform data recovery. They also have an extensive amount of hard drive parts needed to perform hard drive repair, the first step in data recovery. All of these things lead to a pretty high overhead, not including the labor and parts required to repair a hard drive.

DTI operates a class 100 clean room where they open hard drives. They also have proprietary tools to perform repairs to mechanical parts and electronics. Along with highly trained techs and engineers, these tools and operating areas lead to the overall pricing. If you are experiencing data loss more than likely you will call around to get the best price. You will be glad that you called DTI Data, because they offer the best pricing of any legitimate data recovery company.

The fact is if you are looking for data recovery services, something very bad has happened! Give DTI the chance to work for you. Call Toll Free: 1-866-438-6932 or fill out an online quote form if you need Data Recovery.

2 Responses to “Why Data Recovery Is Expensive”

  1. Harry Lessinger June 12, 2008 6:46 pm #


    I have a Toshiba USB 2.0 Portable External 160 gigabyte Hard Drive Model HDDR160E03X. Unfortunately I accidentally bumped, dropped or jarred it in some way and now my Dell Dimensions computer with XP operating software no longer recognizes it as an external device and I’ve lost as much as 8 gigabytes of important files, images, movies and word docments. So what I need is a quote of the total cost for everything to include:

    – The cost for return shipping.
    – The cost for any storage medium device needed to return the data to me.
    – The cost for any additional services or material

    Also, what is the cost if only 3 megabytes of useful data is retrievable? Is the cost the same as if 5 gigabytes were restored?

  2. Dave June 16, 2008 10:46 am #

    Please contact an Associate here to go over all your details.

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