Correct. I'm not in any position to discuss with you how you manage your Resellers or run your business, the same way I'm not in any position to discuss why yearly licenses will no longer be available.
I feel the same way. My opinion of cpanel has never been 100%, for it's lack of proper firewall (e.g. most people downloading csf), weird interface choices and slow support, but it has been 95% for what was a functional panel, free SSL certificates and seemingly decent security updates. Now it's -100. I hate this - Removed -, now unable to recommend, in fact I put down and detest any suggestion for my customers to use cPanel.From one of my favorite companies to do business with, to one I truly loath over night. Has to be some kind of record. Was nice while it lasted, thank you for a nice and long run but now it's over.
Just to clarify here, DirectAdmin has not ended annual licenses - it just doesn't show up on their main pricing page. The only thing they got rid of was the "lifetime" licenses - which to be honest was probably fair. They've actually added some new competitive smaller licenses as well.Actually I didn't understand it so far. They bought DirectAdmin too and we don't know? Because DirectAdmin also changed its rate card and ended the Annual Plan. What is cPanel wanting to do? They are honestly doing a great shit, but I don't think they are so confident about their monopoly. Another thing I realized is that many recurrence companies are ending Annual Plans. In fact, DirectAdmin surfed this wave and also ended the Annual Billing Cycle. What do they know we don't know? What did they see that we haven't seen yet? Just want to get rid of the discounts? Is it easier to manage the monthly billing cycle? There is something wrong.. The fact is that today we began the process of abandoning cPanel. We will also talk about cPanel's injustice to our customers. And as good influencers, we've already found a solution to show our customers that it's not worth dealing with a company that violates customer trust. They had greed, but the other pillar is fear. Customers are afraid, and we will take care that they are not only afraid but cPanel Dread. Goodbye cPanel.
Disrupting the forums is not permitted. Talking trash about the company, is disruptive.
You cannot complain about the cPanel FB shutting down comments and then drop by here for more of the same. I wont be shutting down this thread for any reason if I can help it, but I will shut down disruptive users here.
There is no reason for trash talk here as you’re assuming is ok, its not. You need to know this.
Thanks in advance.
No thank you. There's nothing to defend. The Pricing Structure changed, a business decision was made.
If you've got questions, well... you know the answer to that one.
Please feel free to discuss Partner NOC Pricing with cPanel Customer Service via the ticket system.My questions is this: what is the price for the "Premier" base plan (the base plan from #1 above) for Partner NOCs?
New cPanel Account Tiers Pricing can be found here:I have only asked what is the regular base price for the "Premier" base plan.
I do NOT have a cPanel Account Manager. Is this a trade secret or something? I have only asked what is the regular base price for the "Premier" base plan. I have not asked for some NDA protected special discounts kind of information.
It's still $32. On a dedicated server you can only use the "Premier" license, and if you have 2 or 100 accounts (or anything in between) the price is $32. Beyond 100 it's $0.10 extra per account.I am doing my best to refrain (at this time) from commenting on this situation but I do have one specific question about the current pricing.
So at this time (well, from September), for Partner NOCs there are available 2 systems:
1. "Premier" base plan + 0.10$ for each account over 100.
2. "Premier fixed" base plan that start from 32$ for 100 accounts and a number of larger "Premier fixed" plans + 5$ for each 50 account slab for those that need more accounts than the Premier Fixed plans.
My questions is this: what is the price for the "Premier" base plan (the base plan from #1 above) for Partner NOCs?
I'd like an answer either from a cPanel staff member or from someone who knows this very well first hand.