2022 cPanel and Plesk Pricing Breakdown

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In October, Oakley Capital, the parent company of cPanel and Plesk, announced a pricing increase to their current cPanel and Plesk licensing structure, which will take effect on January 1, 2022. While we understand that incremental price increases from providers happen occasionally, Liquid Web does our very best to try and limit the costs that we have to pass on to our customers.

Our Response

Liquid Web will withhold incurring any new pricing increases until January 1, 2022. We hope to provide our clients with the time needed to make an informed business decision using one of the following options from the information below:

  • Updated Pricing — Beginning on January 1, 2022, the new pricing structure for cPanel and Plesk will take effect, and your invoice will reflect the updated pricing model. A pricing matrix is available below that will assist you in better understanding how your bill will change. No further action on your part will be needed, as the new pricing will automatically take effect on January 1, 2022. 
  • Consolidated Pricing  —  If you have multiple servers running a cPanel or Plesk platform and would like to review your consolidation options, we are here to help. Simply reach out to your account executive or our support team for assistance locating the best approach for you and your business. 
  • The Liquid Web Alternative: Interworx — If you need to keep your pricing structure low, utilizing our InterWorx Control Panel can help you maintain a lower overall cost at or below your current pricing scheme. We offer assistance in migrating your existing to our InterWorx control panel.

    We are proud to offer InterWorx on Linux as a feature-rich and cost-effective alternative to cPanel and Plesk. In addition, this plan includes a three-year price lock guarantee. If you are interested in learning more about InterWorx, you can review our InterWorx Control Panel page or reach out to one of our Sales team or Account Executives, and they will be happy to assist you.
  • Managed Applications — If you manage WordPress or WooCommerce sites, consider Nexcess, our cloud hosting brand optimized for digital commerce. Managed Applications allow you to focus on your site while our team handles the infrastructure.
Note:
To avoid any pricing increases and take advantage of the InterWorx control panel or managed apps hosting, you will need to migrate before January 1, 2022.

Below is the new monthly price analysis for cPanel and Plesk servers based on the management platform (VPS, Cloud Dedicated, or Dedicated Server) and the number of accounts per server.

cPanel 2022 Pricing

Plesk 2022 Pricing

Note:
The Plesk Web Admin license is no longer offered. Existing customers using this license will not experience a pricing change.

Liquid Web will continue to offer cPanel, Plesk, and InterWorx as fully managed control panel options, including the same high level of server support provided by the Most Helpful Humans in Hosting™.

Note:
If you purchased an introductory term VPS plan before November 5, 2021, you will be excluded from these license increases until your term expires. These VPS plans come included with cPanel Admin Cloud and Plesk Web Pro licenses. If you change your tier or add a new VPS, you would then be subject to the pricing increases.

We’re Here to Help

If you need more information about how this change will affect you, our Liquid Web Solutions team or Account Executives can provide further information to help make the right decision.

We pride ourselves on being The Most Helpful Humans In Hosting™!

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