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tgonhawk1

cPanel new pricing structure

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I read today on lowendtalk.com that cPanel is making a big change to their pricing.

Never having looked into this before, I don't know what it was before.

My question is this: what effect will this have on Hawkhost pricing?
It seems to me that at $2-3 per month for shared hosting, a hike
in the cost of a cPanel license might eat into already tight margins.

I understand this is quite new and may take a while to sort out,
and, it would seem, the primary impact would be on Reseller accounts,
but once you do figure it out, it would nice to know its down-the-line knock-on effects.

Also, I see that on the https://cpanel.net/pricing/page  ("page" is not part of the link)
they mention Cloud Linux and Litespeed.  Does cPanel own those, too?

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15 minutes ago, tgonhawk1 said:

My question is this: what effect will this have on Hawkhost pricing?

We just received this news today as well so we're still in the early stages of figuring out how exactly these changes impact us. I don't want to speculate on what changes, if any, this may have to our hosting prices.

18 minutes ago, tgonhawk1 said:

Also, I see that on the https://cpanel.net/pricing/page  ("page" is not part of the link)
they mention Cloud Linux and Litespeed.  Does cPanel own those, too?

cPanel does not own either of those companies. That said they do have partnerships / integrations to make it easier to manage licenses under one roof through cPanel.

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