cPanel with Unlimited Domains in VPS
You'll be able to pick the cPanel web hosting Control Panel with your virtual private servers if you choose the CentOS Operating System. It takes a few clicks to do that on the registration page and you can add cPanel even with a VPS ordered devoid of Control Panel, as it is available as an upgrade inside your billing section. There's no limit on how many cPanel accounts you can set up and use at any given time, so after you complete a couple of setup steps after your initial login, you can go ahead and create web hosting packages and then start adding domain names in these new accounts. You'll get full root access to your server, which means that you will have complete control of the software environment. We will also give you a free domain name reseller account and cost-free billing and support software, which you will be able to use to make a hosting business of your very own. They can be connected easily via your WebHost Manager, so you can start a reseller business almost instantly.
cPanel with Unlimited Domains in Dedicated
When you need a powerful web hosting solution and you'd like to use cPanel, you can pick this Control Panel with any of our dedicated server plans, as long as you also pick the CentOS Operating System. Even when you acquire a server without a Control Panel and you change your mind later, you can order cPanel through your billing area with only a few clicks. The minute the server is ready, you will have to browse through a couple of setup options that will show up the very first time you log in to the WebHost Manager. Afterwards, you'll be able to set up a limitless number of cPanel accounts with only a few clicks for yourself or for any customers that you may have. You can use the server to start a reseller business as well, as we'll give you the ClientExec billing and support platform as well as an eNom domain name reseller account that can be linked to your WHM. As all the cPanel-equipped servers come with root-level access, you could install various software and manage the software environment on the server in whatever way you see fit.