You can create a cPanel account for free. You can create unlimited domains and email addresses for free.
Once you start uploading files, getting traffic on your website or sending emails, we will charge you only for the load generated by that activity.

Your hosting account is divided into the following resources:
SSD space - any file uploaded and stored on your hosting account.
CPU and RAM - each visit on your website generates a certain load on our servers, more exactly on its CPU and RAM components.
Traffic - the data being transferred between our servers and your clients.
Emails - any email sent from your configured email addresses.

Pricing in numbers
Below is a deep breakdown of how each resource is charged.
CPU: 0.04 EUR/h for a fully loaded CPU core (100%) during 1h (or 0.0004 EUR/h for each 1% of a CPU core)
SSD: 0.0002 EUR/h for 1 GB of NVMe SSD space used (or 0.144 EUR/month for 1 GB in a 30 days month)
RAM: 0.00002 EUR/h for 1 MB RAM used for 1 entire hour (or 0.02 EUR/h for 1 GB RAM)
Traffic: 0.03 EUR for 1 GB of internet traffic generated by your account
Email: 0.05 EUR for each 1000 emails sent out from your hosting account.
IPv4: 0.003 EUR/h for a dedicated IPv4 Address (or 2 EUR/month)

Pricing in real world
You might wonder how much you will actually pay for hosting a website.
We did some simulations on the most popular platforms and wrote down the results to you:

OpenCart: 3.6 EUR for 1 Million website visits.
Wordpress: 5.3 EUR for 1 Million website visits.
Prestashop: 7.9 EUR for 1 Million website visits.

All websites were using the LSCache plugin to integrate with LiteSpeed Web Server cache and optimize the load.

Please note these are just simulations against simple deployments of the specified platforms.
Depending on how your website is optimized, you may encounter higher or lower prices.
For example, static websites tend to consume nearly 0% CPU or RAM, so you'll be charged only for the SSD space, while a complex website that heavly talks to the database (such as online shops or CRMs) will use much more CPU and RAM depending on the traffic.
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