Can I purchase additional RAM, Disk space and Bandwidth for VPS?

Yes, you can purchase additional RAM(Our RAM Recommendation), DiskSpace, Bandwidth and vCPU resource during the VPS signup or later on when you need them. There are two ways you can order additional resources to your existing VPS.

Order addons from client area


It is the most convenient way to buy add-ons. All you need to do is, login to the client area, select the VPS service and purchase the additional resource for it. Here is a detailed article you should refer to order additional services from the client area.


Order additional services from client area


Order addons by submitting the ticket


As an alternate option, you can always submit a ticket from the client area to order add-ons. On receipt of your support ticket, we will send you an invoice according to the resource type, resource amount and chosen billing cycle. Once you make the payment, we will upgrade your VPS services with the purchased add-on. You can check all add-ons being offered with VPS and their price at the bottom of VPS plan page. If you still have any questions related to VPS add-ons, feel free to contact our 24/7/365 sales team.

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