Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
Our shared web hosting were designed with the idea to handle the traffic generated by any type of website that can run in such an account. When you own one or multiple small-scale or medium-sized sites, you'll not be limited by the monthly site traffic quota regardless of what content you may have - plain text and / or plenty of images, for instance. The stats in your hosting Control Panel will provide you with detailed data about the traffic produced by every single site and the amount for your account as a whole. The figures are updated in real time and show both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, therefore you'll know how much info is transferred to and from your web hosting account anytime. The very first day of every month your counter is reset, but you'll be able to view the site traffic stats for the previous months, that will inform you on how your sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Hosting
The monthly website traffic allowance for our Linux VPS hosting is proportionate to the rest of the server’s resources. When you get a more powerful server, it's likely that you'll operate a popular website or even a variety of sites, hence there will be more site visitors. That is why, the higher plan you order, the higher monthly website traffic quota you'll have. We will inform you as soon as you reach 90% of the amount, in order for you to have the required time to take action and either upgrade your package or optimize your sites and reduce the site traffic that they make until the counter resets the next month. If you choose to upgrade, you can do so through the billing Control Panel and with no more than a few mouse-clicks. You'll even be able to view the amount of website traffic your server has already generated and what amount is left until you get to your monthly limit. This data is can be found in the VPS management panel where you'll also be able to reboot your server and check the usage of all the other system resources for instance hard disk storage, CPU load and physical memory usage.