FiveCloudHost Review: FAQ: What happens in 5 years? After 5 years they will provide you with a renewal invoice for exactly the same price you pay today. Your hosting price is set in stone. They won’t capture your billing information today and save it so they can surprise you with an automatic credit card charge when you’re not expecting it. You’ll be issued a complete hosting invoice and have 30 days to pay FiveCloudHost without any sneaky rebilling tactics.
How Can You Provide 5 Years of Hosting for This Price? They host tens of thousands of websites. They know the amount of resources an average customer will use, and they make sure that they have the infrastructure and staff to handle far more than that. This means they're paying for their staff and the datacenters regardless if they are using all of the resources available or not. That provides them extra resources that they can offer to you at a serious discount. Can FiveCloudHost Handle Every Sites? FiveCloudHost is not for customers that should be on a VPS or a dedicated server. Let's be honest, if you have 20+ WordPress websites with intensive plugins and scheduled jobs every 2 minutes or are constantly scraping hundreds of websites, this service is not for you. Their service is for customers that won't abuse the resources. Please do yourself a favor and go purchase a VPS. They use CloudLinux to isolate their shared hosting accounts to prevent this abuse from slowing down their servers. Why Should I Trust FiveCloudHost Review? Their parent company has been providing web hosting since 2012, under different brands and companies. They're not new at this and this isn't a hobby for us, It's what they do for a living! They know how much it costs us to provide a premium service with excellent support to the customers and they make a fair profit to ensure they can continue offering this service. Where Are Your Servers Located? The servers that compose their Cloud are housed in many datacenters in United States (Miami, FL and Dallas, TX) and Europe (Manchester/UK, Frankfurt/DE, The Hague/NL and Bucharest/RO).