Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting
All of our Linux shared hosting are designed with the notion to handle the website traffic produced by any website that can function in such an account. If you own one or multiple small-scale or medium-sized websites, you won't be limited by the monthly website traffic quota regardless of what content you have - plain text and / or a lot of images, for instance. The statistics inside the hosting Control Panel provides you with elaborate details about the traffic produced by every single website plus the amount for your account altogether. The stats are updated live and indicate both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, thus you will know how much data is transferred to and from your website hosting account at any moment. Day one of every month your counter is reset, but you will still be able to see the traffic statistics for the previous months, which will inform you on how your web sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All of our semi-dedicated server packages are quite powerful so you can run a lot of websites in just a single account. The monthly website traffic characteristic matches that power, thus what you'll get is a website hosting account with truly unlimited info transfer. As a result, your web sites can grow as much as it's possible with this type of hosting and you can have as many site visitors as you would like. For improved web site and account management, you will be able to see what amount of website traffic each of your websites generates, however we will never set a restriction. To save you time, you will be able to view monthly, daily and hourly figures along with the individual pages that are visited most often, or files that are downloaded the most. Using our semi-dedicated hosting plans, you'll never concern yourself with reaching some traffic restriction so you are able to focus on enhancing your websites and receiving more visitors.
Monthly Traffic in VPS
The monthly website traffic allowance that you receive using our Linux VPS is enough for almost any web site and it's proportional to all the rest of the system resources that are included with every package. By using a more powerful server, you'll be able to run a number of web sites or a couple of extremely popular websites, thus the traffic allocation for the superior plans is also superior. In case you pick a low-end VPS package, you can update anytime with a couple of mouse-clicks from your billing Control Panel and the extra resources will be allocated to your current account, which includes the increased website traffic allowance. The VPS accounts come with a server management panel where you'll be able to monitor the used and remaining website traffic for the current month in addition to all the other system resources. In addition, we send notifications when you reach 90% of your limit, so that you have enough time to react and upgrade if necessary.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Hosting
Using a dedicated server, you'll have an extremely powerful website hosting solution at your disposal and the site traffic quota that you will get matches all of the other features. The server can produce terabytes of site traffic each month, so regardless of the kind or amount of sites that you host, you'll never have to worry about them being not available as a result of not sufficient website traffic. To be on the safe side however, we'll give you the opportunity to upgrade this feature if required. We'll inform you well ahead of time when you get close to the restriction, so that you will have the chance to update or reduce the website traffic by optimizing your info in order to avoid any interruption of the work of your websites. You are able to monitor the consumed and remaining site traffic for the current month from the management panel that we supply. The information there includes all incoming as well as all the outgoing transfers, such as software setups and updates. In comparison, a hosting Control Panel can give more detailed info, however only for the traffic to and from a web host account, not the server altogether.