Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting
We have selected the attributes of our shared hosting packagesin such a way, to help the success of any kind of site hosted on our state-of-the-art cloud system. The website traffic that your account can produce is not an exception, that's why with a website hosting package from our company, you won't need to worry about the volume of content being transferred to and from your account any time. You'll be able to host a number of small-scale and medium-sized sites and ensure that the monthly traffic allowance will not be a problem for their progress. In addition, we offer you in-depth hourly, daily and monthly statistics that will give you extra details about the traffic that a given site generates or what kind of page/file is being downloaded the most and produces the most traffic. This data can help you arrange the supervision of your web sites as well as your marketing techniques better.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers Hosting
The monthly website traffic quota that comes with our dedicated server plans is more than enough for any type of website regardless of its type. Your web apps can make terabytes of traffic, which ensures that your visitors will never notice any type of error message on your web site as a consequence of not sufficient quota like it can happen with various kinds of hosting. Also, we leave the possibility to upgrade the traffic amount open, however it's highly unlikely that you will ever need it even if you intend to host a file sharing site or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel offers you correct live info how much data has been transferred for the month so far, and how much is left until you reach the cap. We will also inform you any time you reach 90% of the quota so as to be on the safe side and avoid any downtime of your sites. The info in this panel contains the total traffic, including software downloads, thus it is more accurate than the one in your web hosting Control Panel where you can view details only about the customers developed by online content.