How do I add and sell VPS services?
To set these up, you’ll need to:
In the VPS Service section you’ll be able to select the dropdown menu and add one of the 5 pre-defined VPS Services. The list of specs for each VPS can be found in the table below:
1GB DDR4 RAM
2GB DDR4 RAM
4GB DDR4 RAM
8GB DDR4 RAM
16GB DDR4 RAM
1 Core CPU
2 Core CPU
4 Core CPU
6 Core CPU
8 Core CPU
25GB SSD Storage
50GB SSD Storage
75GB SSD Storage
150GB SSD Storage
200GB SSD Storage
In our example we’ll be adding the 1GB VPS. We’ve selected the 1GB VPS and hit Add Service.
We now can add a price and other renewal periods. A default price of £10.49 has been added which we’re going to leave in place. This gives us a markup of £2.50 per month on top of the 20i reseller price of the VPS which is £7.49.
We can now set another renewal period by using the dropdown menu.
We’re going to add an annual plan to this VPS product. A recommended price has been pre-filled giving further markup on the annual price.
By now heading to the VPS section of our control panel, we can now order a 1GB VPS on a monthly or annual renewal period.
If you need advice about how to sell VPS to your customers, please see our VPS Product Guide or this blog post: How to sell Virtual Private Servers. It covers how to explain what a VPS is, customer myths, marketing and sales tips.