Extra Dedicated IPs in VPS Hosting
If you decide to purchase one of our Linux VPS hosting packages, we'll give you one dedicated IP address by default and a second one at no extra cost - if you add any of the hosting Control Panels we offer to your order. Extra IPs could be purchased easily in case you require them. The option is provided on the order page, so in the event that you require more IPs from the beginning, we'll able to assign them to your VPS the instant it is set up and you can use them the second you start using the hosting server. If you require them for any reason later on, you can order them from the billing area and they will be available within a couple of minutes. That way, you can assign dedicated IP addresses not just to your own Internet sites, but also to customers' sites if you've started a reseller enterprise. You can order IPs as often as required and renew them along with your virtual web server plan. If, sooner or later, you need less IPs, you'll have the chance to renew only those that you require, while the extra ones shall be taken off your machine.
Extra Dedicated IPs in Dedicated Web Hosting
Every single dedicated server that we offer features 3 dedicated IP addresses supplied totally free on top of the monthly fee for the plan. We also give you the chance to add more IPs to your server both when you sign up and at a later time through your billing CP, so you'll be able to order the IPs whenever you need them with no limit on the number or on how frequently you get them. They could be purchased in groups of 3 and will be assigned to your hosting server instantly. You could renew them with the Internet hosting plan and you could choose if you'll renew all of them, or a smaller number - in case you no longer require the rest. Each dedicated IP address allotted to your hosting server can be used for any purpose: for a personal site, for a software server, or for a hosting client - if you have decided to launch your own Internet hosting business and you're reselling accounts to other people.