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Frequently Asked Questions
How does the billing work?
You are billed monthly, at month start. Your recurring bill and resource limits are visible in Settings → Subscription. If you exceed the specified resource limit, charges for excess resources will be added to your bill for the next month.
Will I be billed if all of my account resources remain unused?
We make bandwidth and hardware contracts to make sure sufficient resources are available for our subscribers. So, its a fair deal to charge you based on your plan rather than the usage. You can however change your subscription as your requirements change.
Which plan should I choose?
If you're not sure, we recommend that you start with the Developer plan and gradually move to higher value plans as the picture gets clear. The Developer plan is usually sufficient for most of the developers and website owners.
Do you offer a trial period?
Your journey on PageCDN starts with a paid subscription. However, we offer 30 days money back guarantee. You get full access, but still pay nothing if you do not like the service. You can request account closure at any time.
How do refunds work?
If you believe that you were charged incorrectly, or if during a month you have decided to stop using your account, please open a refund request with us. Our support team is very helpful and they can resolve the issue ASAP.
Is Public CDN totally free?
Yes, the Public CDN is free. We charge only for Private CDN when you choose a Paid Plan. We encourage the use of free Public CDN because websites get much faster as they share cache of common resources with other websites.
What makes PageCDN different?
PageCDN makes it really easy to apply advanced performance optimization techniques for non-technical people, and optimizes websites of all scale to the extreme. For example, websites use gzip as default, while PageCDN uses brotli configurable to the highest q11 quality. Setting immutable HTTP caching is also possible. HTTP/2 Server Push is configurable without any coding, and more...
What does a repo mean?
Repo simply means a repository that collects and stores resources from a single origin (usually a website). This is the same as a Zone but works differently and that's why we named it differently.
What happens if I exceed my monthly bandwidth limit?
If your account exceeds bandwidth limit, additional bandwidth shall be added to your account automatically in small bundles of $9 and every such bundle shall add 100 GB Private Bandwidth.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club and JCB.