Now Offers the Largest Variety of cPanel Addons

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An industry leader in cPanel hosting software now offers the largest variety of cPanel addons.

Representatives with BuycPanel ( announced today that it now offers the largest variety of cPanel addons.

“In the competitive web hosting industry, BuycPanel is now offering more addons than our competitors,” said Jamison Oconnell, customer service supervisor and spokesperson for BuycPanel.

The company spokesman went on to point out that while BuycPanel offers its clients a large range of features that allow them to control virtually every aspect of their websites, such as the OnApp which enables its reseller clients to sell a wide range of public cloud, virtual private cloud and hybrid cloud services with pay-as-you-go and plan-based billing.

“We offer the largest variety of cPanel addons on the web and hosting industry, including exclusive cPanel addons only available at BuycPanel,” Oconnell said.

Those addons include, but are not limited to: Auto Installers: Softaculous and Fantastico; Website Builders: RVSiteBuilder and Trendy Site Builder; cPanel Features: RVSkin, WHMSonic, WHMXtra and CloudLinux; Virtualization: SolusVM; Server Administration: cPanel Admin, Server Monitoring and KernelCare: Billing/NOC Software:Blesta and ClientExec. Other Addons include: LiteSpeed, Resource Monitor, SpamScan and Attracta SEO Tools.

“We’re also excited to announce that we will be partnering with two new cPanel addon providers to continue to give our clients all the cPanel tools they need to succeed,” Oconnell said, before adding, “The addons will be named on a later date.”

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About BuycPanel

BuycPanel is the largest and most trusted external cPanel distributor in the world.

cPanel and WHM includes the latest technologies to help keep your server secure. Our software offers virus protection, rootkit detection, and a host of other tools to allow you to lock down your server. It even helps protect against current threats such as XSRF (“sea surfing”) and XSS attacks.

Source: BuycPanel


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