When you purchase a new Linux hosting package, it's generated on a server and the entire process usually takes some time, including the confirmation and processing of your payment, which most companies perform manually. When you buy a dedicated server, for example, the installation takes longer as the machine must be assembled, set up and tested so as to make sure that it'll operate efficiently. This is the reason why many suppliers have a one-time fee in order to cover the time and efforts used on your new account. The charge, which sometimes is high, is generally not displayed on the front page, but you'll find it on your checkout or payment page, therefore you won't be familiar with it before you have already gone through the whole registration process and you can even miss it unless you pay close attention.
Setup Fee in Hosting
When you get a hosting package via us, the end price that you'll need to pay during the checkout will be identical to the price you've already found on the home page as well as on any other page on our site. The payment processing and the account generation on our outstanding cloud hosting platform are almost fully automated, that's why we consider that charging you any setup fees whatsoever would be very unreasonable. Even if you order a couple of accounts at a time, you won't be expected to spend anything for their setup or for any other kind of concealed fees for that matter. It's our concept that being honest to each and every client since the beginning is way more beneficial than acquiring a few more dollars.