More resources for all, at the same great prices

February 4th, 2019 by Anthony R.

The last year has been amazing, and we have grown a lot. As we do each year we looked back at our resources we use and provide and it's time for a spec boost. Our plans now have larger amounts of storage and resources (Like a lot more) while still running on fast SSD's and on the same great hardware with fast networking and reliable FREE backups.

So how much of a boost? Well our largest plan now costs less, and has more storage then then before, and with more resources the most mail accounts and domain aliases is only $0.24 per day for 40 email inboxes, and 64 domain aliases. We are not about high storage, but performance, and thats why we will not offer high storage plans.

So who is the spec boost for?

It's for everyone, more storage, more bandwidth before auto plan change, and more important, more databases, mail accounts, and domain aliases.

Time for the new specs!

Normal

$0.04 - 1GB Storage | 40GB Bandwidth | 2 Databases | 10 Email | 8 Domain aliases

$0.08 - 2GB Storage | 80GB Bandwidth | 2 Databases | 10 Email | 8 Domain aliases

$0.16 - 4GB Storage | 160GB Bandwidth | 4 Databases | 20 Email | 16 Domain aliases

$0.32 - 8GB Storage | 320GB Bandwidth | 4 Databases | 20 Email | 16 Domain aliases

$0.64 - 16GB Storage | 640GB Bandwidth | 6 Databases | 40 Email | 32 Domain aliases

Light

$0.00 - 25MB Storage | 10GB Bandwidth | 0 Databases | 0 Email | 2 Domain aliases

$0.02 - 1GB Storage | 40GB Bandwidth | 0 Databases | 0 Email | 8 Domain aliases

$0.04 - 2GB Storage | 80GB Bandwidth | 0 Databases | 0 Email | 8 Domain aliases

$0.08 - 4GB Storage | 160GB Bandwidth | 0 Databases | 0 Email | 16 Domain aliases

Plus

$0.06 - 1GB Storage | 40GB Bandwidth | 2 Databases | 20 Email | 16 Domain aliases

$0.12 - 2GB Storage | 80GB Bandwidth | 4 Databases | 30 Email | 32 Domain aliases

$0.24 - 4GB Storage | 160GB Bandwidth | 6 Databases | 40 Email | 64 Domain aliases

We hope you enjoy the spec boost and the ability to now have more then one database with the starting normal container size.