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cPanel to increase prices at the end of 2022

  • Monday, October 31, 2022


Bacloud as a partner of Cpanel received a special newsletter from Cpanel:


This email is to inform you of an adjustment to our pricing structure effective December 16, 2022. The following table outlines the full details of these changes:

We understand the material impact that these changes have on your business. We are continually researching to determine ways in which we can strengthen our partnership while also helping you grow your business. One of these initiatives is the introduction of an incentive program. To be among the first to know about this program, click here to sign up and stay informed.

Throughout 2022, we successfully launched a more modern interface, as well as NGINX caching, and support for Ubuntu, with additional OS support (including Rocky Linux) is underway. We remain vigilant in our security protocols as we combat and mitigate issues stemming from malicious threats.

Moving into 2023, some of the exciting features on the horizon include Team Manager, which empowers cPanel account owners to safely and securely delegate management of various aspects of account management (site development, database management, email administration, etc.) to other members of their team without sharing login credentials. We are also creating a new product to facilitate horizontal website scaling, with a special focus on WordPress-powered sites. With our upcoming product, your customers' websites will be able to withstand sudden increases in demand with failover benefits.


How it is going to impact Bacloud users and new clients?

Cpanel prices increase by around 12% for every single license and about 15% for every single additional Cpanel account. Bacloud will do its own calculations to match the prices, all the clients will be informed about price changes soon.

This increase seems to be a regular occurrence, as the control panel software has upped its costs in 2020, 2021, 2022 and what will now become the 4h consecutive year of increases heading into 2023.

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