It is that time of the year, when cPanel have once again announced changes to their prices.
This increase seems to be a regular occurrence, as the control panel software has upped its costs in 2020, 2021, 2022 and what will now become the 4h consecutive year of increases heading into 2023.
cPanel are increasing their prices by 12%
In the latest official release statement, cPanel stated that the changes will come into effect from the 16th of December 2022!
This is an important piece of information to remember as the changes usually take place on the 1st of January into the upcoming year.
The pricing changes are as follows:
cPanel Solo (1 account)
Admin (up to 5 cPanel accounts)
Pro (up to 30 cPanel accounts)
Premier (up to 100 cPanel accounts)
Bulk (every account over 100 cPanel accounts)
While the solo plan has remained the same in terms of price, all other plans have seen an increase ranging between 10-12%.
Price changes for cPanel Partners (NOC)
The following price table represents the cPanel NOC price changes:
cPanel Solo (Cloud)
cPanel Solo (Metal)
Admin (up to 5 accounts)
Pro (up to 30 accounts)
Plus (up to 50 accounts)
Premier (Cloud) (up to 100 accounts)
Premier Bulk (Cloud)
Premier Bulk (Metal)
While some plans did remain the same, most have seen an increase between 10-13%.
cPanel changes in 2022 & updates heading into 2023
As mentioned in their report, cPanel has managed to successfully launch a modern user interface as well as effective caching for NGINX. They have also developed support for Ubuntu and have put extra efforts in making the control panel more secure and reliable.
cPanel also pointed out that their team will be working on introducing better management and delegation tools heading into 2023.
Are there any cPanel alternatives?
Seeing as how cPanel have been constantly increasing their prices over the last few years, it is unsurprising that more and more users are looking for an alternative control panel.
One such cPanel alternative that we at VPSBG offer to our customers is DirectAdmin. The software supports all popular Web servers and has integrated support for both MySQL and MariaDB, making it a very viable substitution to cPanel.
Additionally, you can also check out some of the other alternatives to cPanel.