The word overselling means offering resources to clients while lacking the ability to provide them. In simple words, an Internet hosting firm may advertise a solution with unlimited disk space when, in truth, the customer's account will be generated on a server with a number of other accounts sharing the total space. To make sure that all the consumers have their share, companies often set hidden quotas for each account and in essence trick their clients about the resources they'll get. The main reason to oversell is to find new customers despite the fact that providers are aware that a server can have only so many hard disk drives. Resellers frequently buy plans with restricted system resources too, which means that they are unable to provide the unlimited plans they advertise.

No Overselling in Hosting

If you get one of our hosting plans, you will receive what you have paid for without exclusions. We do not oversell and we'll provide you with all the system resources which you see on our website for any of the packages. Even the features that are listed as unlimited have no hidden quotas and we're able to afford that because we use an extremely powerful custom web hosting platform. Instead of creating accounts on just a single server like most companies do, we offer clusters of servers controlling every part of the website hosting service - file storage, database access, e-mails, stats, etcetera. Consequently, the system resources are practically infinite because we can keep adding hard disk drives or entire servers to the clusters. In contrast to almost all widespread Control Panels, our Hepsia tool was meant to work on such a platform.