Learn what set-up charges are as well as what their purpose within the web hosting community is.
Every time you buy a new Linux cloud service, it is generated on a server and the entire process will take some time, including the confirmation and processing of your payment, which most companies execute manually. When you get a dedicated server, for example, the setup takes more time because the unit needs to be assembled, set up and tested in order to warrant that it will function effectively. This is the reason why many suppliers have a one-time fee to cover the time and efforts used on your brand new account. The charge, which sometimes is quite high, is generally not displayed on the front page, but you'll notice it on your checkout or payment page, which means that you will not be aware of it before you've already completed the whole registration process and you may even miss it unless you pay attention.
Setup Fee in Cloud Hosting
If you get a cloud hosting
package from us, the end price that you'll need to pay through the checkout will be identical to the price you've already viewed on our main page and on any other page on our website. The processing of the payment and the account generation on our revolutionary cloud hosting system are almost completely automatic, so we consider that charging you any kind of installation costs whatsoever would be very unreasonable. Even if you acquire several accounts at one time, you will not be required to spend anything for the installation or for any other kind of hidden fees for that matter. It is our concept that being honest with each customer since the beginning is much more important than getting a few more dollars.
Setup Fee in Semi-dedicated Servers
All of our semi-dedicated server
packages are activated straight away and without any additional setup charges. The worth that you'll pay when signing up is exactly the same that you will pay to renew your web hosting account the subsequent months and the one that you will find both on our front page and on your bank statement. If you currently have an ordinary shared website hosting plan from our company and you're getting a semi-dedicated server in order to get extra power, we'll switch all of your information and we'll still not charge you anything on top of the regular monthly rate for the new plan. Since the process is practically entirely automated, we believe that there would be no reason to charge you a further amount of dollars, therefore the price that you'll see on the web site is the total that you'll have to pay.
Setup Fee in VPS Servers
If you choose to get your new Virtual Private Server through our company, the total price that you will have to pay on registration is the same both on our main page and on your bank statement. We don't charge any kind of setup fees or any other obscured charges over the VPS monthly rate. Although the installation takes time, it is practically fully automated, so we feel there's no reason to demand anything extra for a few more clicks on our end. If you have a shared hosting account through our company and you order a virtual server equipped with our Hepsia Control Panel, we can move all of your information and even in this case, we will never require you to pay a dime on top of the standard monthly rate for the VPS server
Setup Fee in Dedicated Servers
With a dedicated server obtained through our company, you'll never see any hidden fees and you'll never have to pay any installation fees. The cost of the plan you have chosen is displayed on our web site and it's the one price that you will see on both the order and the payment pages. We consider that getting a new customer and creating a long-year relationship is more significant than getting some more dollars, which means that we will assemble the machine, install all the necessary software and try it absolutely free of charge. We'll even transfer your info free of charge in case you already own a shared hosting plan from our company and you want to migrate to a dedicated server
which is acquired with our Hepsia hosting Control Panel.