'Unlimited' sounds fantastic, it feels too good to be
true doesn't it?
Every hosting package uses shared resources i.e.
multiple users share hosting packages on the same
server. As technology and the capabilities of our
servers continue to grow, we can continually allow you
to do more with your hosting package and its bandwidth.
This means that we can offer practically unlimited
resources for legitimate users of our hosting products
who use them for the right purposes. The right question
is not whether it's really unlimited but whether the
consumer is using it keeping in mind the acceptable use
limitations of a shared hosting package. If they are,
then yes, we are truly unlimited. Unlimited plans
include a variety of resources and features which will
not be metered such as Unlimited Webspace, Unlimited
Bandwidth, Unlimited MySQL Databases, Unlimited FTP
Accounts, Unlimited Email Accounts, etc.
So what does 'Unlimited' really mean and what is
All technical resources are technically limited by
nature. But we do accurate data logistics and plan
according to our customers needs to fulfill the
expectation of all clients world wide. So UNLIMITED
means simply that we do not put additional cost if
you require more resources or features for your
project. Your web hosting plan will grow as you and
your business grow and will never limit resources
which you will need to succeed. Just understand our
concept as a social sharing between all customers
through all our operated servers. Everybody is
paying the same price and can use what she/he needs.
Someone will use more space another one will be
satisfied with a small simple website, therefore we
will never reach any technical limitation.
do even not oversell our servers! We are experts and
plan well to keep the servers performance up with the
target to provide the same quality and speed to every
customer. Therefore we are operating different server
bases for our products to keep free resources available
for new customers if another server reached the
performance limits. Furthermore we are monitoring all
servers 24 hours every day and take immediate action
whenever any technical cause occurs.
What does 'Unlimited' not permit?
Every hosting package comes with a set of "Acceptable
Use Policies" (AUPs) that must be agreed upon before
purchase of the package has been completed. Listed below
are some specific examples of things that are not
• Websites with file upload / sharing / backup /
mirroring / distribution service.
• Sites created primarily to drive traffic to
• Making account resources available (whether for
free or paid) to the general public.
isn't an exact science how we determine what acceptable
use limitations are but something we have learnt from
years of experience as a Hosting Provider out there. For
example, we have determined that anyone using high
amounts of disk space which is more than the average of
the users who operate a professional website is likely
to be using our servers as a backup device or to serve
video content and such and that is not an acceptable use
case for our shared hosting service. We have set similar
limits for these and other parameters for example
What does it mean for our customers?
For most users our hosting packages shouldn't be a
problem and our unlimited parameters will never reach
its threshold or 'soft' limit so to speak. Selling
hosting as unlimited is a way of letting the legitimate
consumer know that they don't have to sit and calculate
what each parameter does; they can just buy the
unlimited package and it will work for them. This is how
the industry has evolved over time. Nonetheless, if you
do manage to hit our resource limits while legitimately
hosting a website with us feel free to get in touch with
us and we will make sure we provide you with the best
solution possible! For further questions contact us
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